History of Alluyes
The common Alluyes sits in the department of Eure-et-Loir and the Centre region. In 1793, the city was known under the name Alluye. It is 978 appears for the first track of lords Alluyes. The city was in 1838, the capital of one of the baronies of Perche-Gouet.
Tourism and visits Alluyes
During your visit in the town of Alluyes take the time to discover its civil and religious monuments. Indeed, this ancient barony of Perche – Gouët offers countless remarkable sites. The parish church of Notre-Dame was built in the twelfth century is one of the jewels of the city. Indeed, it has been classified as historical monuments September 2, 1994. It presents the visitor "said the three dead and three alive." During your visit to the church notice the slate rebuilt in the nineteenth century boom, side gables and bell tower. The Alluyes castle is representative of the community. This building was built in the twelfth century. The building displays a military architecture of the Middle Ages. It still retains a main tower dating from the thirteenth century gatehouse and the same time. The castle has been the subject of a registration as a historic monument in 1980. Adjacent to the castle you can admire the chapel of St. Nicolas. It is decorated with a Gothic painting. You should know that this ancient barony of Perche-Gouet is crossed by the Loir. Thus, nature lovers will have the opportunity to relax by the river.
The Alluyes visit is possible through a transfer service. This service offers easy access to tourist areas of the city. To do this, we recommend that you book one of our cars comfortable and well equipped to meet your needs. Our collection includes collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfers from Alluyes to Paris airports
Alluyes is located 25 km from Lucé, the city and 101 km from Paris. It is located 107 km from Orly airport, 139 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 209 km from Paris Beauvais airport.