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

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Parc Horticulture
Created in 1873 by the local Horticultural Society, this landscaped park was opened to the public in 1937. It has a rose garden as well as an excel...
Jardin Bayard (4)

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Jardin Bayard

This romantically aromatic garden has collections of perennials, bamboos, grasses and cacti. Among the many paths that it irrigates, the waterway l...
Fitted out Garden, with panels of interpretation, around the theme of the vineyard : stages of growths, types of vines in Champagne, photos... Craw...
Created in the middle of the 19th century to enhance the town house of the Moët and Chandon family, the park was opened to the public in 1920. It i...
Trépail (4)
This wine-growing village has a large, recently restored washhouse. Its history shows the determination of the inhabitants a century and a half ago...
Champfleury 3
The inhabitants are known as Campofloridiens. Although it may seem strange, this name is mentioned in 1154 as "Campus Floridus", or field of flower...
In the hollow of a huge cirque striped with vines, the village has a certain panache. Its streets go up and down, span the Flagot on many flower-co...
Tinqueux2
From a hillock in the fields, Napoleon I followed the movements of the Battle of Reims. If the Emperor came back, he would not recognise the place....
Haussimont is a rural village located in the heart of the Champagne crayeuse. Everyone enthusiastically takes part in the planting of flowers both...
Anglure
The town of the lords Ogier de Saint Chéron, barons of Anglure from the 12th to the 14th century, becomes very welcoming once the fine weather arri...
With its surrounding forest, the village has a certain elegance and walkers will enjoy some pleasant moments here. They can choose one of the many ...
Saint Germain la Ville
Village in bloom - 1 Flower This village of 600 inhabitants is dominated by the bell tower of its imposing church, 30 metres in height. As with oth...
The village’s name derives from the word caure, meaning ‘hazel tree’. This woodland origin has remained true to reality, preserving its charm. Isol...
Compertrix-11
This spruce little village on the promontory overlooking the town and its valley is very old. There is a true story to prove it. Earth mounds forme...