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Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

D386 51480 Pourcy France, 51480 Pourcy, France

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About Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

A vast protected area which was located in the Grand East region of France. It has a wooded range of hills covered by vineyards that produce the region's eponymous sparkling wine and champagne. The objective of this place is to preserve the heritage of their region and ensure economic development in the territory in compliance with environmental concerns. The highlight of this park is the beautiful and protected dwarf beech trees with particularly strange shapes.



Attractions near Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

Musée Saint-Remi13.55km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

A beautiful french museum which was located in Simon Street in Reims. The museum deals with the period from Prehistory to the Renaissance In addition to the regional archeology collections (prehistoric, Gallic, Gallo-Roman, Merovingian, and medieval periods), there are also those of classical archeology and a magnificent series of ancient weapons, equipment, and uniforms. One of the nice locations which pave light to the history of France.

Avenue de Champagne13.75km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

The Avenue de Champagne is one of the main axes of the city of Epernay, often considered the "most prestigious way". It is indeed the seat of several great Champagne houses, including Moët & Chandon and Perrier-Jouët, which have played a major role in the history of Epernay. It is thus a “remarkable site of taste”.

Palais du Tau14.09km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

The Tau Palace was one of the residences of the archbishops of Reims . It owes its name to its plan which, in the Middle Ages , was shaped like the letter T ( Tau in Greek ). A building adjoining the Notre-Dame de Reims cathedral , it was also a royal residence during the coronations of the kings of France in Reims.

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims14.09km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

A majestic cathedral that was located in the French city of the same name. Reims Cathedral is recognized worldwide as one of the defining models of Gothic art. Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, this 13th-century cathedral presents features that make it unique, notably through its unity of style, its luminosity, and its statuary. One of the main pilgrim sites in this area and also a tourist attraction too.

Forest of Argonne79.31km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

A densely wooded and hilly region in eastern France that forms a natural barrier between Champagne and Lorraine. It is also a historically important area.  It was here the Prussians were repulsed in 1792 by the French at Valmy and where U.S. forces swept over the Germans in 1918. A beautiful area for nice trekking and also it is quite adventurous too.

Lake Der-Chantecoq87.24km from Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park

The lake Der-Chantecoq is a lake in the North East of France. It is located in the Grand Est region, on the border between the departments of Marne and Haute-Marne. It was designed to protect Paris from flooding and It is also the largest artificial lake in Europe. It has a large variety of flora and fauna surrounding this lake and you can spend some nice time on the banks of this reservoir. You can have a boat ride and also fishing is possible here.

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Grand Est is a vast new region in Eastern France, the unification of the former historical regions of Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, and Lorraine. Its geographical location – bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland – makes of the Grand Est an interesting cultural melting pot which can be clearly seen in its architecture and tasted in its gastronomy.