History of the town of Adon
The common Adon is located in the department of Loiret and the Centre region. The town was invaded by the Celts around 600 BC. Indeed, traces, namely two bronze objects including an arrowhead socket and a knife, testified this. The town has been known under the name Asdon in 1790 to change Adon in 1801. The seventh century, the city was converted to Christianity.
Tourism and visits to Adon
The village of Adon has many tourist attractions. This is probably why the city attracts many tourists.
During your stay, discover the church of Saint-Pierre. This building dates back to the fourteenth century. It has been renovated in 1860. During a guided tour you will have the chance to admire the choir dating from the fourteenth century, the nave in the fifteenth century and its portal that keeps the characters from the original Romanesque.
Do not miss the castle Mussy. It was built on the site of the remains of the old castle.
The city also has natural areas including the municipal pond. For fishing enthusiasts, they will be able to indulge their passion. You can also marvel the beautiful garden on the site of the old castle called "the clod."
In addition, you will have the opportunity to discover other buildings namely the remains of the Saint-Berthe, the hutterie and the field Rebel Bird.
To discover the city of Adon, tourists are invited to contact transfer service that allows them to provide site visits to this destination. Our car collections dedicated to visitors relating to collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Adon to the Paris airports
The village of Adon is located 15 km from Gien and 128 km from Paris. This destination is nestled 141km from Orly airport, 174 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 241 km from Paris Beauvais airport.