Tourism in Argenton-sur-Creuse in the Berry region.
Nicknamed the Venice of the Berry, Argenton is discovered along the water and the houses with picturesque galleries and balustrades that overlook the Creuse. Meander with delight in charming alleys looking for the shirt museum or going up to the chapel of the Bonne-Dame. Off road cycling enthusiasts will be pleased with the itinerary of the 5 loops.
House of Georges Sand in the Creuse valley.
In Gargillesse, you will be captivated by the charm of Villa Agira where Georges Sand loved to recharge and enter the intimacy of the "Journal de Gargilesse. Further to the south, it is the Creuse of Monet and Picabia which offers itself at the bends of a hiking trail, on the verge of a meander bathed in mist: wild preserved nature and. The Creuse can also be discovered also by kayak or from the bridge of a small boat.
Regional Natural Park of the Brenne in the Berry.
With more than 3000 small lakes, the Brenne marshes form one of the most important continental French wetlands. Fishermen can tease the carp whilst bird watchers can observe one of the 150 species of birds that have found refuge in this haven of peace. The Brenne park is crisscrossed by multiple paths, cycle routes and it is peppered with nature observatories.
Travel to the Futuroscope in Poitiers or the great zoo of Beauval with its pandas, in just over an hour from the hotel L'Escapade.