Pays de George Sand
There are leaflets from Tourist Information in the drawer in the Dining Area.
journey back in time to a medieval days
Sarzay is an amazing Chateau from the 14th Century. It once had 38 towers and 3 drawbridges. It’s still awesome! It has 5 towers, a moat and a chapel.
On the road leading out to Nohant is a lovely bar and restaurant with an amazing view of Sarzay – worth stopping for a drink or a meal.
enjoy the tea room
This village is a special place to visit on a sunny day. There is an 18th century chateau and a tea room and a bar/restaurant. The gardens of the house are shady and worth exploring.
The Tourist Information Office is accessible and has the same range of leaflets as the office in La Chatre.
step back in time and imagine you are part of a story
A lovely chateau with a view and a medieval leper house down in the valley – explore
Jacques Tati was here
JThe village has a ruined keep above it. It was the set of a famours Jacques Tati film called Jour de Fete. The market square has a 17th-century covered market, 15th-century fortified door and 16th-century cross. The Maison de Jour de Fête is a museum dedicated to Jacques Tati.
The market takes place in the covered market on Wednesday morning.
Neuvy St Sepulchre
a unique rotunda
Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur basilica is 12th Centuary replica of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and a UNESCO Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France World Heritage Site.The Romanesque catherdral has a unique rotunda.