Follow this path to discover the village of Bréhémont and its surroundings, built along the Loire river. Bréhémont welcomes the oldest cobbled port in Touraine.
Start on a high at the stunning Sainte-Marie-Made-leine Church, its choir and stained glass windows. It was built in 1843 and is one of few churches with a «disorienta-ted» layout in France.
Then, go along the Indre and you’ll see a small island in the middle. You’re entering a Sensitive Nature Area, "Les Bardeaux de l’Indre". Along the way you’ll see the Routoir de Butte aux Oies and Routoir 1234 de Belette (ditches that were used to soak hemp boots).
Bréhémont was known for its port, hemp culture and fishing. Today, it welcomes one of the last professional fishermen. Taste his food in his restaurant!
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