History of Avoine
Located in the Indre-et-Loire department in the Centre-Val de Loire region of France, Avoine has a rich history. Initially established primarily for agricultural purposes, the town underwent a significant transformation with the development of a nuclear power center in 1956, marking a new era in its economic and social landscape.
Tourism and activities in Avoine
Avoine, a charming and flowery city, has been awarded four flowers in the national competition of cities and villages in bloom, reflecting its beauty and commitment to the environment. It is an ideal destination for relaxation and exploration, boasting numerous attractions and activities.
Visitors can enjoy the municipal swimming pool, which offers a relaxing space, a library, and various sports facilities. Avoine also hosts vibrant cultural events in a space that accommodates 250 spectators, with performances and events held throughout the year. The summer season is highlighted by a renowned festival that attracts visitors from all over France.
For outdoor enthusiasts, camping at the Fritillary, open from March to October, provides an excellent family holiday experience with direct access to a natural reserve. The town is also a gateway to exploring the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Nature Park, the Brenne Regional Nature Park, and the Perche Regional Natural Park, offering perfect outings for nature lovers.
To facilitate exploration, tourists can utilize a transfer service for convenient travel within the city and to nearby attractions. Our service offers a choice of vehicles, including collective shuttles, private cars, and VIP luxury cars, to suit all your travel needs.
Transfers from Avoine to Paris airports
Avoine, situated 21 km southeast of Saumur and approximately 245 km from Paris, is well-connected for travelers. The town is located at a distance of 291 km from Orly Airport, 323 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport, and 391 km from Paris Beauvais Airport, offering various options for convenient airport transfers.