Located 18 km from Saint-Savin, the town of Le Blanc is the gateway to the Brenne Regional Nature Reserve.
The “Maison du Parc” in Rosnay
Located 18 km from Saint-Savin, the town of Le Blanc is the gateway to the Brenne Regional Nature Reserve. The Brenne Regional Nature Reserve covers 183,000 hectares and has no less than 3000 lakes. To get your tour off to a good start, we advise you to visit the “Maison du Parc”, a tourist information centre with its attractive“Boutique du Parc”.
The “Château du Bouchet” in Rosnay
Come and visit the castle of Le Bouchet, just a short distance from the “Maison du Parc”, which has been nicknamed "the giant of the Brenne". A true palace within a fortress, its highest point reaches an altitude of 160 metres, which allows it to offer its visitors a breath-taking panorama of the surrounding lakes. It appears to have been the work of fairies...
The Abbey of Notre-Dame in Fontgombault
Located 14 km from Saint-Pierre-de-Maillé, the 11th century abbey of Fontgombault has simple but imposing architecture; the abbey church is one of the most important religious buildings in the Brenne.
The La Haute-Touche Zoological Reserve in Obterre
Located 40 km east of Saint-Savin, the zoological reserve of La Haute-Touche, a zoo belonging to the National Museum of Natural History, guarantees an enjoyable experience to share with your family.
The castle in Azay le Ferron
Located 40 km east of Saint-Savin, the castle of Azay-le-Ferron is rich in architecture from the 15th to the 18th centuries, and has genuinely managed to keep its own identity... it will take you back in time through various artistic styles and periods.