Chambonchard is a small village in the Creuse with a beautiful little Romanesque church that almost got "flooded" as part of a dam project. After years of "fighting", the project was stopped in 2002.
Return by the ford of Sellat. The left bank of the Cher at the ford of Sellat is, like the village of Chambonchard, an area classified Natura 2000. It is a magnificent preserved corner. There are ringing toads with yellow bellies, dragonflies ...
Discovery tour by an ambassador of the territory.
Departure 2.30 p.m. or 3 p.m. - Tourist Office - Free - Carpool travel - Registration possible before noon on the day of the visit
Tel: 06 11 14 91 00