An original and fascinating way to recharge your batteries
and share your love of plants and nature with other enthusiasts.

The free, self-guided and signposted trails are set on easy footpaths. Yellow signposts bearing a red flower invite walkers to explore, admire and smell flowers along the way.

Village in bloom - 1 Flower Placed on the front line, the village was totally destroyed in the First World War. It was rebuilt, which was not the c...
Bazancourt(3)
The local economy, which for a long time was dominated by the Lelarge mill, installed in the former Abbey castle, is now focussed on manufacturing ...
Sarry (3)
A residential village in the conglomeration of Châlons, Sarry has made considerable efforts to enhance its living environment, with a landscaped ca...
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Champguyon or Guy's field, after the first owner of the area. The troubled history of this ancient fortified town divided it in two parts. But the ...
‘1 fleur’ village in bloom Destroyed in the First World War, the church was rebuilt in another location offering a better setting. Residents had ta...
Reuil-7
The village takes advantage of its location on the banks of the Marne, which adds its calm waters to the beauty of the landscape of vines and ripar...
Haussimont is a rural village located in the heart of the Champagne crayeuse. Everyone enthusiastically takes part in the planting of flowers both...
Pargny les Reims (3)
‘1 fleur’ village in bloom Count Alfred Werlé left a lasting mark on the history of the village. In the 19th century, he had an imposing chateau bu...
Sacy (2)
The name of the village is said to come from the Latin Sacis beneficial water. This origin would be in line with one of the natural assets symbolis...
Lenharrée (3)
In the hollow of the Somme valley, the village stretches its wide streets leading to farms of a size matching the huge plain surrounding it. The To...
Stretching along a line seven kilometres long, Courtisols can claim to be the longest village in France. So there are plenty of opportunities to ex...
Fagnières 2
In less than half a century, the population of Fagnières went from 700 to 5,000. From farming community it became a residential town with a pronoun...
The pearl of the Côte des Blancs (the largest vineyard area in the department) has plenty of assets for visitors to enjoy. In addition to the magic...
Coolus(3)©Christian Ferrand
This charming village nestles between the Marne and the Coole not far from Châlons, which enhances its residential vocation whilst retaining its ru...
Vitry le François (3)
Created by François I and his Italian architect Marini, the "pink town" was rebuilt on to the same plans after the allied bombings which destroyed ...