Nature tourism

Observatoires du site de l'étang de Bellebouche Observatoires du site de l'étang de Bellebouche

MEZIERES-EN-BRENNE

Come and observe a remarkable fauna and flora on this site which represents an impressive mosaic of environments: meadows, moorlands, wastelands, woods, small buttes... as well as one of the nicest artificial lakes of the Brenne Region.

Observatory pond Massé (Regional Nature Reserve Lands and ponds Brenne Massé-Foucault) Observatory pond Massé (Regional Nature Reserve Lands and ponds Brenne Massé-Foucault)

ROSNAY

The observatory is situated on a private lake which has one of the last reed-bed habitats in Brenne. It is one of the richest lakes in terms of nature, particularly due to a large heron colony. Many species of ducks, herons, egrets, the Savi's Warbler, etc.

Réserve Naturelle Nationale de Chérine Réserve Naturelle Nationale de Chérine

SAINT-MICHEL-EN-BRENNE

With an area of 371ha, it includes one of the last reed beds of the Brenne Region. Respecting the balance between nature and the intervention of mankind, it provides a home for remarkable fauna and flora which you may discover during a guided activity or from observation spots.

Réserve naturelle régionale du Bois des Roches Réserve naturelle régionale du Bois des Roches

POULIGNY-SAINT-PIERRE

The site of the Bois des Roches is located on the limestone plateau which overlooks the Creuse Valley. The grassland which compose it provide a home for 250 different plant species among which 5 orchid species.

Réserve naturelle régionale Terres et étangs de Brenne Massé-Foucault Réserve naturelle régionale Terres et étangs de Brenne Massé-Foucault

ROSNAY

This 110ha site, with its heaths, small hillocks, natural meadows and of course its lake, constitutes in itself a characteristic sample of the landscapes of the Brenne Region. 3 observatories and guided activities help you discover the site.

Bienvenue dans le Parc naturel régional de la Brenne