Facing the hills of the Sancerrois region, on the banks of the Loire River, villages around Boulleret blossom among forests, orchards, and vineyards. A rich heritage that entices you to relax and discover the area.

The Cher Department has a rich heritage spread over four touristic destinations: the Berry Sologne, Sancerre and the Loire, Bourges and its surroundings and the Berry Saint-Amandois.
137 sites and monuments are spread over this territory, the most emblematic of which are the Bourges Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Palais Jacques Coeur and Noirlac Abbey.
The region has no fewer than 26 outstanding museums and more than 16 castles, churches and abbeys. About a hundred leisure facilities complete the possibilities for cultural and heritage visits. The reputation of cultural events such as the Printemps de Bourges, the Traversées de Noirlac and the Air du Temps are emblematic of the well-established musical scope of the region.

The Nièvre Department borders that of the Cher and is scattered from east to west by towns and vineyards along the Loire River, the rolling countryside of the Puisaye, the Nivernais canal and the Morvan, a regional natural park scattered with lakes.
A land of history and traditions, it is also a natural destination par excellence, full of mysterious forests, water and vegetation. More than 330 buildings have been classified as historical monuments (they are listed and registered), including the remarkable Bazoches Castle, the church of La Charité, the medieval town of Clamecy and the Ducal Palace in Nevers.


If you wish to discover the vineyards, they are located in the Berry Centre Loire where you will find more than 400 winemakers with Sancerre, Quincy, Reuilly, Châteaumaillant and Menetou Salon appellations.

The Nièvre is divided into four major vineyards, including Pouilly, Coteaux du Giennois, Côtes de la Charité and Coteaux de Tannay. There are 230 growers and 170 farms, and 2/3 of their production is sold in private cellars.