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This department is located in the heart of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.House. Cher has an area of 7235 km2, there live over 320,000 inhabitants and borders on the Central Massif of France. Depending on where you have a holiday home in the area, you can enjoy the heathlands, the forests, the wine regions, the wheat fields, the cattle breeding, the meadows or the landscape with the river Sauldre. In one of our holiday homes in Cher you are guaranteed to have a special time.
The capital of Cher is the Bourges. Special about this town is the cathedral, which you can already see from the distant surroundings above the city. If you are staying in one of the holiday homes in Cher then a visit to Bourges is definitely recommended. The cathedral in the city symbolizes the proud medieval past of this city. The Cathedral, called the St-Etienne is the highlight of Gothic architecture in Cher and throughout France and dates back to the 11th century.
Are you looking for a holiday home in Cher? In Ainay-le-Vieil, in the south of Cher, you will find the castle of the same name. From one of the holiday homes you can easily visit this special building. Characteristic are the 9 peppercorn shaped towers and the 14th century walls. Because all this is well preserved, the castle is also called 'the Carcassonne of Berry'. For those who have a holiday home in the north of Cher and don't want to drive all the way to the south, you can also visit Château de Verrerie, a castle that dates from the end of the 15th century.
Medieval gardens at Culan Castle
If you are staying in a gite near Culan, in the south of Cher, a visit to Château de Culan is definitely recommended. This castle dates from the 13th century and is located on top of a steep cliff on the river Arnon. From a holiday home in the vicinity you can see this castle on the steep rock face. Visitors can enjoy a castle which is still in very good condition and which is also one of the few castles still in possession of partial wooden towers. From the terrace at the castle you can enjoy a beautiful view over the river and the planted 'medieval gardens'. Here you can find, among other things, medicinal plants.