Forded by the river Barangeon, the village is at the heart of the forest on the St. Laurent estate.
The Gué des Planches pleasure park offers leisure activities whether or not you are athletic: playgrounds, picnic areas, orchards and sports courses. Country tracks wind through woods and fields and are perfect for walking, horse riding, or VTT.
The gite de l’Ormoy is at the crossroads of all the regional tourist routes : between Sologne and Champagne-Berrichonne, near to the Loires chateaux, not far from the Sancerrois region and its vines, between Vierzon and Bourges and at a stone’s throw from the porcelain road !
Just up the road the Ferme des Places is an agricultural farm and also a pleasant stop-over which holds the Accueil Paysan label, with its organic produce shop and its table d’hotes.
Le Musée de Vierzon
Les ateliers d’artistes
La Halle des métiers (collectif d’artistes) • Brinay
Atelier Marthe Lavigne (Maitre verrier) • Dampierre-en-Graçay
Art’s & Déco • Galerie Prométhée (L’un des derniers grands maîtres de la laque de facture traditionnelle) • Nançay
La Galerie CAPAZZA • Galerie d’Art Contemporain • Nançay
Atelier Céramique, Aquarelles, Huiles • Vignoux-sur-Barangeon
Several vineyard estates and particularly the Quincy vineyards
At the heart of the Berry region, the Reuilly vines cover the flanks of the Arnon on the banks of the river Cher, extending to almost 220 hectares. They are planted on land which is mainly clay and limestone of the sancerre type, and of which the slopes are covered with residuel sandy gravel. Reuilly produces white and red wines, and also a special type of rosé which comes from the pinot gris. This is a sort-after curiosity of the Berry region, much appreciated as an aperitif.
Among the local specialities : goats cheese and the Sablé cakes of Nançay