Cottages Indre

This department is centrally located in France, is named after the river Indre with the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Indre has an area of 6791 km2 and over 240,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Indre?

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This department is centrally located in France, is named after the river Indre with the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Indre has an area of 6791 km2 and over 240,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Indre?

Indre can be divided into 4 regions. So you can enjoy in the north in holiday homes in the Boischaut-Nord region. In this region you can find remarkable castles, such as those of Valencay and Bouges, but you will also find the picturesque valley of the Cher with vineyards and villages of white stones. More to the east of Indre you can enjoy a holiday home Champagne Berrichonne. This is a fertile and flat region and is also called the granary of France. In the south-west of Indre you can enjoy a gite near the regional nature park Brenne and is known as a region with a thousand ponds. This is also seen as a paradise for nature lovers, fishermen and hikers. In the southeast we find the Boischaut-Sud, which stretches between the Val d'Anglin and the Vallée Noire, in line with the Vallée de la Creuse.

Brenne Regional Natural Park

This 166000 hectare park is a wild area which is dotted with more than 2000 lakes. Are you looking for a holiday home in Indre? This regional nature park has a lot to offer and is a true paradise for visitors who are looking for flora and fauna. The area is rich in migratory birds, which come here to breed. You can also go here to enjoy the peace and quiet of the lakes, marshes, reed beds, heather, weeds and forests. In all these landscapes live more than 2300 species of fauna and 1200 species of flora. Here you can encounter the European marsh turtle, the purple heron, the bittern and the black-necked grebe.

The area is rich in lakes. The largest lake in this park is Mer Rouge. Are you looking for a gite in Indre? This 160-hectare lake offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation. Think of relaxing on one of the sandy beaches or enjoying on the water the many water sports that can be found here.

Castles, churches and abbeys in Indre

In the middle of the capital of Indre, called Châteauroux, you will find the church of St. Martial which was built in the 13th century. Also in Châteauroux is the Cháteau Raoul. This castle was built in the 15th century and rises above the city. Are you looking for a holiday home in Indre? Visit the many castles, churches and abbeys that this department has to offer.