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Gîte du Moulin Neuf
THIS IS A GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR MIND.
In a green setting, between river and forest, a few minutes walk from the village, this mill has been completely renovated into 3 lodgings: 2 lodges to accommodate 4 people and 1 lodge for 6 people. 30 minutes from Futuroscope, 1 hour from the Vallée des Singes, 1 hour from the Marais Poitevin, 1 hour 30 from La Rochelle, discover a green, relaxing and unique .
3 épis - Gîtes de France
In a green land, between river and forest, a few minutes walk from the village, this mill has been completely renovated and transformed into three lodgings.
DETENTE ET RELAXATION
Profitez du Jacuzzi, du Sauna et de l’eSPAce détente pour vous ressourcer.
Bénéficiez de soins corporels (massages, gommages…) et énergétiques adaptés à vos besoins.
The history of Moulin Neuf
Le Moulin Neuf is located in Chalandray in Vienne (86) on a reach on the left bank of Vendelogne, 200 m from the castle of La Motte on which it depended until the French Revolution. The presence of several Mills in the stronghold of La Motte Chalandray has been documented since at least 1406.
The Parc du Futuroscope is a French leisure park with a technological, scientific, anticipatory and fun theme, whose attractions combine sensory approaches and image projections.
It is located in the Vienne department in the towns of Chasseneuil-du-Poitou and Jaunay-Marigny, 10 kilometers north of Poitiers
Vallée des Singes
La Vallée des Singes is a French zoological park located in Romagne, in Vienne. Founded by the Dutchman Wim Mager in 1998, twenty-seven years after having founded the Apenheul park, the park today presents a great diversity of primates on vegetated islands that the visitor crosses while circulating in the middle of monkeys and other lemurs.
The Marais poitevin is a natural region of France straddling the departments of Vendée, Deux-Sèvres and Charente-Maritime as well as between the regions of Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Pays de la Loire. The ensemble made up of the Poitevin marshes and the Aiguillon bay, a relic of the Gulf of Pictons, covers approximately 100,000 hectares: it is the second largest wetland in France after the Camargue.
Located on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, off the Pertuis d'Antioche, and protected from storms by the “barrier” of the islands of Ré, Oléron and Aix, the city is above all a first-rate port complex , and this since the twelfth century. It is in fact an “Ocean Gate” by the presence of its three ports (fishing, trade and pleasure). From 1789, it was the second French slave port after Nantes, but also the first port of departure to the New World, then called Nouvelle France.