The Abbey of Saint-Benoît
The Abbey of Saint-Benoît was founded in 651 at the height of its history between the 9th and 11th centuries, a center of study and development of the arts to international fame. One the Church Of this prestigious Abbey is preserved but the monastic buildings having been destroyed during the French Revolution.
The Abbey of Noirlac
Founded in the 12th century, the Abbey of Noirlac is a leg of the route Jacques Coeur. It is a fine example of Cistercian monastic architecture in the simplicity of the architectural forms that call for cessation: nudity of the unit of stones and ornaments stripped of the capitals.
The medieval village of Apremont completely restored in the last century is one of the "most beautiful Villages of France", it extends along the Allier in a bocage landscape. Dominated by its castle and surrounded by a floral park, it is classified "Remarkable Garden".
Medieval town of Art and history, Bourges has a rich architectural heritage. Its prestigious Cathedral classified world heritage by UNESCO, the Palace built by Jacques Cœur and sumptuous hotels in the 16th century and more than 400 houses in timber.
The village of Candes-Saint-Martin is a former fishing port located at the confluence of the Loire and Vienne. Should his label of "most beautiful village of France" to the collegiate church Saint - Martin of the 12th century, at the counter of the confluence and its houses and monuments in black slates.