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Michel Gayout
La Brousse



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3 44 100




  • Angoulême Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Angoulême, this stunning cathedral dates back to the 12th century and features impressive Gothic architecture. Visitors can explore its beautiful interior and admire its ornate stained glass windows.
  • Nautilus Water Park: Situated in Angoulême, Nautilus is a popular water park offering a range of exciting slides, pools, and water attractions for all ages. It's a perfect spot to cool off and have fun during the summer months.
  • Château de La Rochefoucauld: This magnificent Renaissance castle is located in La Rochefoucauld, just a short drive from La Brousse. The castle boasts a fascinating history and offers guided tours that allow visitors to discover its grand interiors, picturesque gardens, and stunning views.
  • Le Vieux Cormenier: A unique open-air museum situated in Champagne-Mouton, Le Vieux Cormenier showcases the rural life of Charente in the early 20th century. Visitors can explore various reconstructed buildings, including a schoolhouse, a farmhouse, and a blacksmith's workshop.
  • Angoulême Historic District: The historic district of Angoulême is known for its charming cobblestone streets, medieval architecture, and picturesque views. Visitors can wander through the narrow alleys, visit quaint shops and cafes, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.
  • Vallée des Singes: Located in Romagne, Vallée des Singes is a vast park where visitors can observe and interact with over 30 primate species. It offers a unique opportunity to learn about these fascinating animals and their natural habitats.
  • Rochefort-en-Terre: Although a bit further away, Rochefort-en-Terre is worth a visit. This picturesque village, recognized as one of the most beautiful in France, features charming cobblestone streets, medieval architecture, and colorful flower displays. Visitors can explore its art galleries, boutiques, and quaint cafes.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane: A somber but historically significant site, Oradour-sur-Glane is a preserved village that serves as a memorial to the victims of a tragic massacre during World War II. Visitors can walk through the ruins and learn about the village's tragic history.
  • Cognac Distilleries: The town of Cognac, located within driving distance, is renowned for its production of the famous French brandy. Visitors can take guided tours of distilleries such as Hennessy, Rémy Martin, and Martell, learning about the production process and enjoying tastings. 10. Futuroscope: Situated in Poitiers, Futuroscope is a unique theme park that combines technology, multimedia, and cinema for an immersive and interactive experience. It offers a range of thrilling rides, 3D and 4D shows, and futuristic exhibits for visitors of all ages.

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