Courbouzon

Town, village, neighbourhood in Courbouzon
  • Courbouzon is a small commune in west-central France, in the Loir-et-Cher department and Centre region.
    A commune in the Loire Valley, a World Heritage site, Courbouzon lies 25km northeast of Blois, 35km from Orléans and around 80km from Tours. It can be reached either via the A10 freeway, Chambord exit, or by train, stopping at Mer (from Tours) or Beaugency (from Paris Austerlitz).
    It is part of the canton of La Beauce.
    The 429 inhabitants of the village of Courbouzon live in a total area...
    Courbouzon is a small commune in west-central France, in the Loir-et-Cher department and Centre region.
    A commune in the Loire Valley, a World Heritage site, Courbouzon lies 25km northeast of Blois, 35km from Orléans and around 80km from Tours. It can be reached either via the A10 freeway, Chambord exit, or by train, stopping at Mer (from Tours) or Beaugency (from Paris Austerlitz).
    It is part of the canton of La Beauce.
    The 429 inhabitants of the village of Courbouzon live in a total area of 6.41 km2, with a density of 67 inhabitants per km2 and an average altitude of 80 m.
    Nearby towns include Avaray, Mer, Lestiou, Muides-sur-Loire and Séris.