Nature tours in Vierzon
What if it was time to go green?
From our hotel, we offer you a small selection of places to discover.
Discover in Vierzon
Go to Square Lucien Beaufrère, also known as the Abbey Garden.
With a surface area of 6,000 m2, it is located in the heart of the city of Vierzon between the Yèvre and the canal de Berry. This Art Deco garden, created in the 1930s by Eugène Henry Karckher has been listed as a Historic Monument since 1996 because it was built around a monument to the dead. You will also discover a fine example of an Art Deco garden, with with its yew and boxwood trees, its bandstand and its mosaic fountains.
Stroll along the Canal de Berry and its towpath, which crosses the town and is a refreshing place to a refreshing place in the heart of the city in summer. If you feel like it, you can also the canal in a motor boat without a licence or in a pedal boat, to observe the fauna and flora.
Discover the Vierzon state forest and the Salamander Trail
With free access or guided tours, this unique trail in the Cher is ecological and sensory. It allows you to discover the natural environment in a special way.
On your way to one of the 19 islands along the course of the Cher as far as Saint-Aignan, the island Marie Island!
With a surface area of 3 hectares, the island is home to a diversity of plants and animals. A 800 m of pathway marked out by 6 thematic markers has been created in order to take full advantage of this natural area.
Between 10 and 15 km from the Continental Hotel
You dream of a fun and original walk, to discover the history of the vine in Quincy. Overlooking the Cher valley, walk through the Jardin Labyrinthe de Vineyards of Quincy.
The Gardens of White Water in Saint-Laurent
The Jardins d'Eaux Vives of the Atelier Coralis is an incredible place created by Michaël and Sylvie.
Since 1992, these two enthusiasts have been shaping the landscape by integrating water basins and plants that have become a privileged meeting place for birds and aquatic fauna.
Arboretum de la Brune in Mehun-sur-Yèvre
If you like remarkable trees, don't miss this sensory visit.
The Parc de la Brune, bordering the Yèvre river, is planted with trees that are over a hundred years old and others that are more recent, with rare and unusual species.
Duke Jean Berry's garden in Mehun-sur-Yèvre
A remarkable park located in the heart of Mehun-sur-Yèvre, it was originally a former the 19th century that you can discover from our hotel by taking the Canal de Berry by bike.
And finally, in Bourges, don't miss the remarkable Prés Fichaux garden, laid out between 1923 and 1930 by Paul Marguerita.