At the edge of the Loire Valley, Bonny reveals all its attractions. Located on the banks of the Loire, 160 km from Paris and 80 km from Orleans, the city is accessible from the Highway 77 and Highway 7, which allowed an emblematic way down to the Cote d'Azur from Paris .
In ancient times, Bonny was an important city. The city belonged to the 8th century in the diocese of Auxerre, but was seized by the royal estate after the death of Bishop Hainmar 769. At the beginning of the 15th century, Bonny was a stronghold where the English had dug. Joan of Arc, before driving the 7th King Charles to Reims for the coronation, was besieging the city by one of his captains, Admiral Culan, who quickly seized the city. The wars of religion did Bonny undergo severe trials for Catholics and the Protestants disputed.
The major monument to see in Bonny is the church of Saint-Aignan. A true blend of art, the building includes the Romanesque Art, Gothic Art and the Art of the Renaissance.
The city is surrounded by ramparts dating from the Middle Ages, when the defensive system was crucial.
We must find the Sisters Bridge, which was built during the Renaissance, the windows of Henri 2nd Street July 14, the houses of winemakers, the turret Joan of Arc, vineyards and orchards, crosses, rail Hiking ...
Come stroll through the streets of Bonny through circuit walk "intramural" you will discover the city, people and heritage. This tour is available at the Tourist Office.
Exhibition: The Country House organizes throughout the year, exhibitions of various themes.
Wine festival and flea market business. Bonny was a city of winemakers. In memory of the past, the city held annually for 58 years, the Wine Festival and professional flea market, which takes place on the last Sunday of July.
For more information, contact +33 2 38 31 57 71.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Castle and farm Saint-Fargeau.
Museum of Enamels of Briare.
Pont Canal Briare.
Town of Sancerre.
Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye, nicknamed "the potters' village."