Wonderful walks in the countryside and unspoilt nature around Boulleret.
You will find out
castles : Buranlure and Pezeau
Le circuit des Lavoirs - wash houses circuit
Kilometers : 11
Time : 2.40 hours
For low level easy walks for all family
Please download the circuit map
La Loire à vélo - Cycling Loire trail
Loire à Vélo is an immense 800 kilometers cycle tourism route, a véloroute like no other in France. It runs from Cuffy (near Nevers) to Saint-Brevin-les-Pins (opposite Saint-Nazaire), or vice versa. It crosses the Centre (Boulleret) and Pays de la Loire regions along the banks of France’s longest river, the Loire, through a valley dotted with countless treasures.
The Loire à Vélo forms the western end of Eurovelo 6, the great trans-European route. Each year, it is joined by new side routes : the routes of the Vélocéan network and the Vendée Atlantic coast, those of “Châteaux à Vélo” around Blois and Chambord and “Indre à Vélo”… Loire à Vélo is certain to make you want to discover Europe by bike and to make the most of a green, eco-responsible, cultural form of tourism.
For details, please click here [http://www.cyclingloire.com].
Other cycle resources
In addition to Loire à Vélo, some other cycle routes are appearing throughout our land.
Secure, signposted cycle trails connected to (or near to) the Loire à Vélo route will help you explore our village.
Our cycling route N°3 called Plaine de la Loire is ideal for families with children looking for an extra-safe route, local routes, ideal for day trips, or stages in a longer excursion.
This circuit covers 30 kilometers easily adapted to fit in with holidays of all sorts.
Please download the booklet cylcing route N°3
We invite you to discover the last wild river in Europe. You are mad about fishing. Let’s go for fishing pike, white fish, silure...
The Canal Latéral à la Loire
The Canal Latéral à la Loire was constructed in 1838 to connect the Canal de Briare at Briare and the Canal du Centre at Digoin, a distance of 196 km. It replaced the use of the River Loire which had reliability problems arising from winter floods and summer droughts. Aqueducts were used to cross the River Allier at Le Guétin (in the commune of Cuffy) and the River Loire at Digoin, but because of the extreme length required, one was not built to cross the Loire River at Briare until 1896 when the Briare aqueduct was constructed.
It offers a good infrastructure for tourism. It is well developed and has very nice landing-places. The bases are situated in Briare and Digoin.
Boulleret with its Peseau lock (écluse) is a very pleasant and quiet canal section. There are a few shops (grocebery, bakery, restaurants...) at less than 2 kilometers.
Riding centre the "Poney Club de la Métairie de Sort” will be delighted to make you discover our village by horse.
Tel : +33 (0)220.127.116.11.45 / +33 (0)18.104.22.168.34
Poney Club Métairie de Sort