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Saint-Satur

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Cher

Saint-Satur is a commune in the Centre-Val de Loire in the Cher department. This green resort is on the edge of the Loire, about two kilometers from the town of Sancerre. The city impresses with its large sports and tourist offer, as well as its architectural heritage that reflects the importance of Saint-Satur over the centuries.

Nature is also very present in this small town of the Cher, the marina, the Loire riverfront or many green areas around the town. Lovers of old stones will delight in Saint-Satur with various historic buildings that line the streets of the city.

Pleasant and dynamic city Saint-Satur is perfect for exploring the area and its many wonders, like the famous vineyards of Sancerre.

Geographical information

MunicipalitySaint-Satur
Postcode18300
Tourism labels
Latitude47.3401230 (N 47° 20’ 24”)
Longitude2.8524590 (E 2° 51’ 9”)
AltitudeFrom 144m to 273m
Surface area7.86 km²
Population1609 inhabitants
Density204 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureBourges (48 km, 51 min)
Insee code18233
IntercommunalityCC du Sancerrois
DepartmentCher
TerritoryBerry
RegionCentre-Loire Valley

Nearest cities & towns

Ménétréol-sous-Sancerre2.9 km (4 min)
Sancerre3 km (7 min)
Verdigny4.1 km (7 min)
Thauvenay4.6 km (6 min)
Sury-en-Vaux6 km (10 min)
Tracy-sur-Loire6 km (9 min)
Bannay6 km (7 min)
Bué6.3 km (10 min)
Saint-Bouize7.6 km (10 min)
Sainte-Gemme-en-Sancerrois7.8 km (11 min)
Menetou-Râtel8.6 km (12 min)
Vinon9.1 km (12 min)
Couargues9.3 km (12 min)
Saint-Laurent-l'Abbaye10.7 km (11 min)
Gardefort10.9 km (13 min)

Things to see and do

Modest, the small town of Saint-Satur do this not least several tourist and architectural interest.

Abbey Saint-Satur, listed historical monument, was built in the fourteenth century. Formerly belonging to the order of St. Augustine, it now serves as a parish church in the city of Saint-Satur. Listed building, St Peter's Church is another major tourist attraction Saint-Satur.

Walking around Saint-Satur, one can also admire the famous curved viaduct, entirely of stone, which supports the tourist route.

The Loire, furnished, are ideal for Sunday walks or picnics with family or lovers. in particular we can discover the marina Saint-Satur which houses several boats.

Places of interest

Information points
Leisure centres
Monuments
Natural sites

Events and festivities

Saint-Satur The weekly market is held on Tuesday and Thursday morning. Garage sales, night or not, are held regularly in the year.

In April, the city has the orchid Miss election, chosen from girls Saint-Satur.

In July, the ball of Miss Saint-Satur is one of the major events of the city.

July 14, Saint-Satur features fireworks, a ball and a torchlight.

Every year in early August Saint-Satur offers its large fair with the presentation of old vehicles, and exhibitors of local or craft.

Weather

Wednesday 22 november
Min. 2°C - Max. 13°C
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Thursday 23 november
Min. 8°C - Max. 17°C
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Friday 24 november
Min. 10°C - Max. 13°C
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Visit the remarkable garden of Corbelin
Culture and education5 € La Chapelle-Saint-André (36 km)
Guided tour of the seven locks
Culture and education50 € Rogny-les-Sept-Écluses (45 km)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Cultural tour around Entrains-sur-Nohain
Car itineraryEasy6h00Entrains-sur-Nohain (33 km)
Champlemy - Nolay
HikeIntermediate6h00Champlemy (38 km)
Circuit of the Three Valleys
Mountain bike itineraryIntermediate4h00Varzy (40 km)
Tour of Bléneau
Village visitEasy1h30Bléneau (41 km)
The Canal
HikeIntermediate2h15Rogny-les-Sept-Écluses (45 km)

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