Discover the rich history and heritage of the Berry region along its tourist routes which take you from village to village. Starting at Châtre town hall, two circuits will lead you around the vineyards and wine houses of George Sand country. These buildings used to be second homes, hunting lodges or used for storing tools. They evoke a popular architecture and serve as a reminder of the historical importance of wine-making to the region. Another tourist route will take you down even more ancient historic paths. Indeed, the paths of the Hundred Years War will reveal the medieval treasures around Châteauroux. Follow in the steps of the knights of old, through the ruins of the Château de Brosse, admire the many churches of south Berry (Prissac, Roussines, Beaulieu) or immerse yourself in a genuine Medieval city - Saint-Benoît-du-Sault.
Finally, the Québécois and Acadiens heritage route is a reminder of how many residents of Berry emigrated to Canada. In Palluau-sur-Indre, Palluau-Frontenac château tells the story of this epic saga. In the 17th century, its owner, Louis de Buade de Frontenac was named as Governor and Lieutenant General of "Nouvelle France" (Canada). Re-live the adventures of the settlers on a stroll through the château park and discover their activities (hunting, furs trade...) and identical replicas of their homes.