Historical monuments

Discover the historical Valley of the Creuse, located between the Pays d’Oc and the Pays d’Oïl, from prehistory to modern times!

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Châtelier Castle

POMMIERS

Châtelier castle surrounded by moats. 15th century keep, 12th century tower, main building early 17th century. Outside...

Medieval church and medieval village of...

SAINT-MARCEL

Visit of the medieval church (Romanesque architecture) and the medieval village with its semi-pedestrian streets,...

Le Menoux Church

LE MENOUX

19th century church decorated with modern wall paintings by Jorge Carrasco (1968-1976).

Saint-Gaultier Church and Priory

SAINT-GAULTIER

Roman-style building with square pillars and dome reminiscent of Limousin buildings.

Castle of the Courbat

LE PECHEREAU

The castle of the Courbat, one of the most beautiful city halls of France, is a stronghold surrounded by wide staves....

Sheltered wooden bridge

LE PONT-CHRETIEN-CHABENET

Come and discover this curious sheltered wooden bridge unique in France and make the most of a pleasant setting to go...

Museum and archaeological site of Argentomagus,...

SAINT-MARCEL

A museum directly built on an ancient site proposes a journey over a million years, from prehistoric times to the end...

The Castel of Gargilesse

GARGILESSE-DAMPIERRE

A historic residence with a fascinating past, located in one of the most beautiful villages in France in the heart of...

City of Eguzon-Chantôme

EGUZON-CHANTOME

Between the Pays d'Oc and the Pays d'Oïl, Eguzon and its lake offer you all the elements and infrastructure for an...

The ancient fortified city of Saint Gaultier

SAINT-GAULTIER

Saint-Gaultier was a fortified town where testimonies remain.

La Prune au Pot Castle

CEAULMONT

Fortified lowland château, surrounded by water moats, built by the Pot family from the 13th to the 15th century,...

Argenton-sur-Creuse guided tour

ARGENTON-SUR-CREUSE

Picturesque visit of the Venice of the Berry region with its houses with galleries on the banks of the Creuse River....