Gateway to the Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Nestling at the gateway to the Loire Valley, the town of Sully-sur-Loire occupies a privileged position between Sologne and the national forest of Orléans. A charming town crossed by the royal river, its origin dates back to Gallo-Roman times. With its famous fortress, Sully-sur-Loire is the ideal starting point for your discovery of the historical, cultural and natural riches of the Loire Valley. The wild landscapes of the Loire, its emblematic castles of course, but also the mysterious and generous nature offered by the Sologne, land of ponds, forests and legends. Our hostel located near the castles of the Loire and Orleans This opens up magnificent perspectives to lovers of old stones but also to hikers and cyclists with its kilometers of cycle paths along the Loire.
By staying with us in the Loiret, you will be at the crossroads of the routes of history (route of the Valley of the Kings, route Jacques Coeur in Berry or route of the High dignitaries from the Seine to the Loire).
By miles unmissable sites that we urge you to discover near the hostellerie du Grand Sully: the castles of Sully, Gien, Saint-Brisson, Châteauneuf-sur-Loire, the towns of Beaugency, Orléans, Meung-sur-Loire, Germigny-des-Prés, the Briare Canal Bridge ... without forgetting the Abbey of Fleury, in Saint-Benoit-sur-Loire, which is one of the most beautiful gems of Romanesque architecture: a basilica from the 11th and 12th centuries the tower-porch, adorned with twelve historic capitals, the monumental portal and the nave constitute the most remarkable elements (just 10 minutes from the hotel).