Sers tourism, attractions and travel guide

Photo of Sers in Charente

Visit Sers: Highlights and Tourist Information

Location of Sers on map of France

Sers is situated in the Charente (Poitou-Charentes region) in the west of France at 14 km from Angouleme, the department capital. (General information: Sers is 393 km from Paris).

Popular places to visit nearby include Marthon at 10 km and Villebois-Lavalette at 13 km. For more places to visit and local tourist attractions see the map and listings below.

Sers, France: places to visit, tourism and attractions

Some places that we or our contributors have visited and reviewed and can recommend when sightseeing close to Sers. Note that all distances shown are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater.

... or see ALL recommended places to visit in Charente

Map of places to visit near Sers and location information

More information about Sers & region

Charente (local department)

Poitou-Charentes (surrounding region)

Driving distances & route maps

Markets in and near Sers

Local markets

  • Ruelle-sur-Touvre: market Thursday & Sunday & (12km)
  • Angouleme: market every day except Monday (15km)
  • La Rochefoucauld: market Wednesday & Saturday (16km)
  • La Couronne: market Saturday (17km)
  • Mareuil: market Tuesday (19km)
  • Piegut-Pluviers: market Wednesday (28km)
  • Brantome: market Monday - seasonal market only (36km)
  • Brantome: market Friday (36km)
  • Riberac: market Tuesday & Friday (38km)
  • Jarnac: market every day except Monday (39km)

Tourist attractions to visit near Sers, France

Below we show places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Sers and wondering what to do next! Positions of each of these attractions is shown on the map below.

Most beautiful villages in France (see also beautiful French villages) Aubeterre-sur-Dronne (38km); Saint-Jean-de-Cole (45km)

National Monuments Chateau de Puyguilhem (39km)

Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour) Nontron (27km)

Regional Natural Parcs Perigord-Limousin (37km)

Churches or other religious monuments Eglise de Saint Vincent (Puymoyen) (11km); Cathédrale Saint Pierre (Angouleme) (15km); Eglise de Saint Jean-Baptiste (La Couronne) (17km); Eglise de Saint Michel (Saint-Michel) (18km); Eglise de Notre Dame (Voulgezac) (19km); Eglise de Notre Dame (Trois-Palis) (21km); Eglise de Saint Estèphe (Roullet-Saint-Estephe) (21km); Eglise de Saint Cybard (Roullet-Saint-Estephe) (22km); Eglise de Saint Jean-Baptiste (Coulgens) (24km); Abbaye Saint Pierre (Brantome) (36km); Eglise Notre Dame de Faye (Faye) (39km); Abbaye Cistercienne de Boschaud (Villars) (39km); Eglise de Saint Martin (Gensac-la-Pallue) (45km); Ancien Prieuré de Merlande (La Chapelle-Gonaguet) (50km); Abbaye Notre Dame (Chancelade) (51km); Abbaye de Saint-Amand (Saint-Junien) (55km)

Remarkable gardens Logis de Forge (16km); Jardin du Chaigne (38km); Jardin monastique médiéval (43km)

Sites of natural beauty Grotte de Montgaudier (14km); Réserve naturelle régionale Étang de la Monnerie (44km); Site Corot (56km)

Towns of Art and history Angouleme (16km); Perigueux (55km)

Listed as villages d'etape - (recommended place to break a long journey) La Rochefoucauld (17km)

Geography and distances

Geographical Information

Commune: Sers

Canton: Villebois-Lavalette

Arrondissement: Angoulême

Department: Charente

Region: Poitou-Charentes

Postcode: 16410

Distance to Sers

from Angouleme (prefecture): 14 km

from Paris: 393 km

from Calais: 606 km

from Nice: 588 km

from Bordeaux: 110 km

from Strasbourg: 653 km

Getting here

Sers is in the west of France. Most visitors to the region come by car with arrive here by car with the ferry ports at Saint Malo taking about 5 hours driving time. For driving distances to Sers from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 6 other places listed nearby (within 6 kilometres of Sers): Bouex, Chazelles, Dignac, Dirac, Garat and Vouzan.

This page in French: Visitez Sers

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