This week’s vlog on Landscape Photography Exploring France shows some of the Loir-et-Cher department along with the other Loir Valley. Yes, there is another Loir Valley but note the spelling.
France has two rivers with the name but a different spelling. The Loire Valley with an e is the main river as well as encompassing the UNESCO World Heritage Site. But there is a smaller river Loir which flows into the Loire. Confused?
The Loir Valley is more undulating than the Loire Valley itself and also has some gems tucked away if you know where to look.
So take a look at what the alternative has to offer.