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The Loiret near Olivet, south of Orléans
|Progression||Loire→ Atlantic Ocean|
|Length||11.6 km (7.2 mi)|
The Loiret, south of Orléans, with its picturesque former mills, is a popular destination for walking and boating trips. The source of the Loiret is in Orléans-la-Source, and its mouth in Saint-Hilaire-Saint-Mesmin, southwest of Orléans.
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