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Berry, between Sologne and Champagne

Stay at our hotel Le Continental in Vierzon and discover the treasures of Berry. Aboard an old steamboat,on the back of a donkey, or with a naturalist guide of the Regional Natural Park of the Brenne, your stay have the perfume of the  softness art of living in the countryside.

Berry is a historic province of France formerly composed of Cher and Indre. Today natural region, the Berry is rich in heritage and also in local specialties. Real playground for families, this corner of green and wild wilderness offers many surprises!

A generous heritage

The Berry region has many heritage treasures! Indeed, from the small village of character to works of art, through the castles and manor houses, the Berry offers many tourist sites. The castles of La Verrerie, Valençay and Blancafort worth also the visit.

For the most scientific you may afford a tour in the stars, thanks to the pole of the stars of Nancay.

The Berry Canal

Sail the 260 km of the Berry Canal that cross the Berry. Treat yourself to a small motor boat ride (without a license) on this canal and to appreciate the calm. Ideal for family outings, browse the towpath on foot or bike, enough to relax!

Some treats

As for gastronomy, Berry is rich in specialties. Your visit to Nancay will be an opportunity to taste the Sablés de Nancay biscuit. We obviously find the wines of the AOC vineyards of Quincy and Reuilly. Do not leave the region without tasting Berry's lentils and goat's cheese.
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