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Châteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Nièvre

Châteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis is a commune of the Nièvre, in the Burgundy-Franche-Comte region, 45 km north of Nevers.

The territory of the locality, vast of 47 km², is located exactly twenty kilometers east of the course of the Loire, in the valley of Sillandre, which flows towards the west, the rest of the commune being dominated by green hills.

Former castellany dependent on the Counts of Nevers and divided into several fiefs, Châteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis has always lived mainly agriculture and forestry, with up to 2000 inhabitants in the nineteenth century. It remains only about 550, spread over the village and the many hamlets of the town.

Crossed by one of the pilgrimage routes of Saint Jacques de Compostela, possessing a historical heritage of interest in the heart of a preserved landscape, Châteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis is a step appreciated by lovers of green tourism.

Geographical information

MunicipalityChâteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis
Postcode58350
Latitude47.2820270 (N 47° 16’ 55”)
Longitude3.2260920 (E 3° 13’ 34”)
AltitudeFrom 211m to 373m
Surface area47.56 km²
Population559 inhabitants
Density11 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureNevers (30 mi, 40 min)
Insee code58064
IntercommunalityCC Loire, Vignobles et Nohain
DepartmentNièvre
TerritoryBurgundy, Nivernais
RegionBurgundy-Franche-Comté

Nearest cities & towns

Nannay2.2 mi (4 min)
Arbourse2.5 mi (6 min)
Chasnay3.4 mi (6 min)
Dompierre-sur-Nièvre3.7 mi (8 min)
Saint-Malo-en-Donziois4.5 mi (7 min)
Cessy-les-Bois4.5 mi (11 min)
Saint-Bonnot5.3 mi (14 min)
Sainte-Colombe-des-Bois5.6 mi (11 min)
La Celle-sur-Nièvre6.5 mi (13 min)
Colméry7.3 mi (14 min)
Champlemy7.4 mi (15 min)
Vielmanay7.8 mi (14 min)
Menou7.8 mi (13 min)
Beaumont-la-Ferrière8 mi (19 min)

Things to see and do

A stage in Châteauneuf-Val-de-Bargis can begin with the discovery of its heritage. In the village, we will focus on the church of St. Stephen, partially rebuilt in 1824 on the basis of an older building burned in 1569 by Protestant troops during the wars of Religion. We notice inside two superimposed stands, which is quite original in the region.

In the village still, the presbytery built in 1822, a rare example of water pump dating from 1848 or the pretty main street (so-called high street) and pavers laid in 1821 are also worth a look.

Away from the village, in the forest of Bellary, the old charterhouse of the Annunciation was founded in the early thirteenth century. Remodeled over time, this isolated monastery has several architectural elements inscribed, such as its two chapels, the large refectory or portal of the entrance pavilion. Now private property, you can only observe the site from outside, from a forest road, during a walk.

To see finally, the remains of the feudal mound on the hamlet of the Castle of the Tower (eleventh century).

In this region with its rich hydrography, in terms of "small heritage", many laundries line the waterways. A dozen of them are still visible on the municipal territory, according to the hamlets. A circuit connects these bill washers and for some very old. To discover in the summer season during a tour commented by the volunteers of a local rescue association or via a fun digital application (geo-coaching) developed by the same association. Contact the +33 3 86 69 24 21.

In addition to this specific circuit, many hiking or mountain biking can be envisaged on the town, borrowing the forest sectors, the path of Saint-Jacques from Vézelay or along the west small roads leading to the banks of the Loire. Documentation and information on +33 3 86 36 39 80.

For fishing enthusiasts, rivers or ponds are numerous. Find out about the developed sites and the regulations on +33 (0) 3 86 61 18 98.

As far as sport and leisure are concerned, it is possible for visitors to reserve a tennis court on +33 6 21 01 01 18 or enjoy the municipal petanque court.

Places of interest

Monuments

Events and festivities

The last Sunday of April, local market.

The first weekend of August, patronal feast with flea market on Saturday and musical entertainment and fun.

Weather

Sunday 26 march
Min. 1°C - Max. 12°C
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Monday 27 march
Min. 0°C - Max. 14°C
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Tuesday 28 march
Min. 2°C - Max. 16°C
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Visit the remarkable garden of Corbelin
Culture and education5 € to 6 € La Chapelle-Saint-André (8.4 mi)
Visit of a mill of flour to the stone wheel
Local flavours1 € Menestreau (10.3 mi)
Escape Game
Entertainment90 € to 120 € Nevers (20 mi)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Champlemy - Nolay
HikeIntermediate6h00Champlemy (5.9 mi)
Circuit of the Three Valleys
Mountain bike itineraryIntermediate4h00Varzy (9.3 mi)
Cultural tour around Entrains-sur-Nohain
Car itineraryEasy6h00Entrains-sur-Nohain (12.6 mi)
Walk along the Nivernais canal
HikeIntermediate3h00Corbigny (22 mi)
Around Châtillon-en-Bazois
HikeEasy2h00Châtillon-en-Bazois (26 mi)

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Campsites

Hotels

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