Pays de la Loire
The Pays de Loire is an extensive region of north-western France located broadly to the west and south-west of the French capital Paris, separated from it by the adjoining region of Centre-Val de Loire with which it shares many affinities.
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Nantes is the capital of the north-western French region of Pays de la Loire. That said, Nantes has strong historical connections with the adjoining region of Brittany, and is the historical capital of the region.
Le Mans is a town in France, best known for its annual 24 hours automobile race. Le Mans is twinned with Bolton, England.
Angers is a medium sized French city which is the capital of the Maine-et-Loire département in the northwestern region of Pays de la Loire.
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Guérande is a town in the Pays de la Loire in western France. "Ville et pays d'art et d'histoire" since 2004, Guerande is famous for its medieval town.
Saumur is a small historical town in the French region of Pays de la Loire, site of a dramatically situated château and the heart of its own world-renowned wine district.
La Baule, or La Baule-Escoublac, is a city in the département of Loire-Atlantique, in the region of Pays de la Loire, in France.
Pornic is a city in Pays de la Loire. Pornic is a small seaside town. It is a popular tourist destination for the French with lots of restaurants and even a sightseeing train.
Les Sables d'Olonnes is a subprefecture in Vendee, a department of the Pays de la Loire region of west central France.
Fontevrault is an historic town in the Loire Valley region of France. Travellers wishing to see more of the Loire Valley can …
Durtal is in Pays de la Loire.
Saint-Nazaire is a port town at the mouth of the Loire, near Nantes in western France.
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