terrific area for viewing birdlife, the Brenne
is also home to a rich range of flora, numerous species
of insects and stunning dragonflies and France's most important
population of European Pond Tortoises.
are over 100 marked walks ranging from 6 to 32km that can
be followed from the maps available from local Tourist offices
and there are hides open to the public and guided walks
and tours including some with English speaking guides.
are eleven marked circuits for cycle rides which can be
a great way of seeing the Brenne
with flat roads and very little traffic. Horse riding and
canoeing are also available.