Loire Valley Châteaux identity card
- Area: 39 151 km² RéVal de Loire.
- Population: 2 inhabitants (the least populated Density Regional prefecture: Orleans.
- Patrimony : 2 sites listed in sur-Loire in sur-Loire, including the domain of Chambord and the Saint-ÉSaint-SéJacques-de-Compostelle basilica. No less than 8 "Most Beautiful Villages of France" ... and an incalculable number of castles!
- Nature : more than 280 inventoried gardens, 3 PNR and the largest national forest in France (forest of Orleans).
- Active population : 1 people.
- An attendance record: the Beauval ZooParc, whose number of visitors exceeds that of the châteaux of Chambord and Chenonceau! Far behind, and: Chaumont, Cheverny, Blois, Azay ...
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire (Loiret) and Chalonnes-sur-Loire (Maine-et-Loire), inscribed in 2000 ÉÉaint-SéJacques (XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries Jacques-de-Compostelle.
- Area: 5 880 km² Population: 432 inhabitants.
- Pre Sous-préle-Rotrou (10 inhabitants).
- Density Economy: in addition to its agricultural tradition, the department is home to several industrial centers (cosmetics with its Cosmetic Valley, where Guerlain and Paco Rabanne reside among others, or pharmaceuticals with Polepharma).
- Area: 6 903 km² Pre Population: 235 inhabitants.
- Density Main po Valenç La Brenne: a regional natural park, it is one of the most important continental French wetlands, with nearly 3 ponds.
- Area: 6 127 km² Population: 600 inhabitants.
- Pre Sub-pre An exceptional hydrographic network: some 35 rivers, Loire included, run through the department in all directions.
- Area: 7 310 km² Population: 320 inhabitants (density Pre Sous-préLanthenay.
- Agricultural exploitations : 3 434, or half 7 AOC-AOP for wine (Cheverny, Cour-Cheverny, Coteaux-du-Vendômaure-de-Touraine, Selles-sur-Cher and Valenç The 2 most popular sites in Frésur-Loire.
- Area: 6 813 km² Population: 670 inhabitants.
- Pre Sub-prefectures: Montargis, Pithiviers.
- Some numbers: Particularity: the forest of Orleans is the largest national forest in France, far ahead of Fontainebleau.