History of the town of Ardon
Ardon is a town in France, which locates in the Loiret department in the Centre region. Its name is derived from the word "Ardunum" whose meaning "before the fortress."
Tourism and activities in Ardon
Brimming with interesting sites and tourist attractions, Ardon is a town that attracts many visitors. Tourists may benefit from a guided tour to explore the heritage of Ardon. You can choose to visit St. Peter’s Church. This is a building that was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century. It is the parish church of the town. It is covered by a barrel vault.
History buffs will enjoy the discoveries you might see in the castle Boisgibault. This fortress was built in the late seventeenth century. It was listed as a historic monument December 31, 2001.
In addition, you may visit the castle of the nineteenth century including: the Castle de Villiers, the castle and the castle Rousselière of RenardiÃ. Do not miss exploring the castle and farms Maisonfort du Vivier and Bretandière.
To complete your visit, you could arrange a ride to the edge of the pond Marchais-Round. Also, enjoy the exploration of two natural areas of ecological, fauna and flora including one called the Pyrenean oak-oak area of the river and the other area of the river.
For the discovery of Ardon, our transfer company is committed to lead you to the remarkable sites it houses. In fact, during your booking, you will have to choose the car that suits you for your tourist trip. Our selections include collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Ardon transfer to Paris airports
Ardon is 10 km from Olivet and 126 km from the city of Paris. It is situated at a distance of 139 km from Orly airport, 171 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 239 km from Paris Beauvais airport.