Historic capital of the Brenne, Mézières-en-Brenne is a commune in the Indre department. It lies at the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Brenne, about forty kilometers from Chateauroux. The city owes its name to the Latin meaning Maceria Old stones. Indeed, the origin of Mézières-en-Brenne is a tenth century castle which was once the home of the Dukes of Anjou. You can still see old houses from the era of the Middle Ages today.
Quiet and relaxing, the town enjoys a pleasant setting and a most interesting architectural heritage. In the middle of the old stones, we discover a rich and exciting history where medieval and modern times meddle. The gourmets will also enjoy one of the local specialties, the famous cheese Valençay. Mézières-en-Brenne is in effect in the milk production zone, production and refining of food.