Ideas for your stay

Visit La Borne :

The Museum of Pottery

The Museum of Pottery

The Museum of Pottery has been set up in the centre of the village in the old chapel. Here you can discover a remarkable range of traditional pottery from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, as well as a rich collection of pottery figures from the famous TALBOT dynasty.

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Vassil Ivanoff Museum

Vassil Ivanoff Museum

Musée Vassil IvanoffVassil Ivanoff discovered clay and the art of fire when he moved to La Borne in (???). He threw himself into exploring all the mysteries of ceramics and contributed to its rebirth. He is known for his ‘ox blood’ red glazes.

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Visiting surrounding areas :

The Tower of Vesvre

The Tower of Vesvre

Located 10km from La Borne. Following a narrow country lane you will come across this fine, massive building nestling in the valley and rising up out of the greenery.
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Château of Menetou-Salon

Château of Menetou-Salon

Located 13 km from La Borne in the heart of the vineyards, the Château of Menetou-Salon will transport you into the world of Proust and the century of the Romantics. This castle of the king’s silversmith Jacques Cœur, is built in the neo-gothic style and decorated with the architecture of Ernest Sanson.
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Le village of Sancerre

Le village of Sancerre

Located 23 km from La Borne, this village sits atop its rocky outcrop at 312 metres altitude overlooking the splendid view of the Loire Valley.
This is a unique location for a visit to the wine cellars and to enjoy tasting the famous wine of Sancerre.
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Château de la Verrerie

Château de la Verrerie

Located 23 km from La Borne, this village sits atop its rocky outcrop at 312 metres altitude overlooking the splendid view of the Loire Valley.
This is a unique location for a visit to the wine cellars and to enjoy tasting the famous wine of Sancerre.
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More information:

You can consult all the tourist information available for the region of Le Berry at:
Agence de développement touristique du Cher.