Far from the uproar of big cities, richnesses and colours of nature let themselves be crossed and gazed at!

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This park has been designed to be an ornamental and relaxing place, combining a formal garden and a modern architecture area with its rose garden, ...
Garden: perennial plants, grass, shrubs, annual flowers, fruit trees, vegetable garden and wooden animal figurines.
Marais de Reuves©Laure Rogeaux-CENCA
The vast wetland area of the Marais de Saint-Gond is a mosaic of unique natural habitats in the heart of Champagne, including peat bogs, ponds, and...
Patis du Mesnil©Laure Rogeaux-CENCA
This site has been a listed site since June 2006. The Nature Reserve has over 300 temporary and permanent pools. Several species have been recorded...

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SAINT-MARTIN-D'ABLOIS

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Parc du Sourdon

Sarry (3)
A residential village in the conglomeration of Châlons, Sarry has made considerable efforts to enhance its living environment, with a landscaped ca...
Marolles (3)
In addition to the discovery of Gaul and Gallo-Roman vestiges, there are very few elements about the history of this village of 600 inhabitants. Fo...
Allemant (4)
‘2 fleurs’ village in bloom A street and a church: that is how the village appears, perched on a hill. It’s no wonder there are magnificent views f...

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JOUY-LES-REIMS

Balade à Jouy les Reims

‘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...
Sapignicourt (2)
Just the logo of the village sums up the natural attractions to be explored here: the poplar groves, the river Marne and the cranes which stop on t...