Photo of La Charite-sur-Loire at 20 km from Sichamps
Sichamps is situated in the Nievre (Burgundy region) in the eastern-center of France at 20 km from Nevers, the department capital. (General information: Sichamps is 201 km from Paris).
Some places that we or our contributors have visited and reviewed and can recommend close to Sichamps. Note that all distances shown are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater.
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Below we show places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Sichamps and wondering what to do next! Positions of each of these attractions is shown on the map below.
Heritage sites Abbatiale Notre-Dame de La Charité-sur-Loire (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (20km); Vezelay (49km); Vézelay basilica St Madeleine (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (50km); Asquins église St Jacques (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (51km)
Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour) Sancerre (38km)
Churches or other religious monuments Prieuré de Saint Révérien (Saint-Reverien) (18km); Eglise de Notre-Dame-du-Pré (Donzy) (27km); Eglise de Saint Barthélémy (Cervon) (37km); Eglise de Saint Germain (Blet) (50km)
Remarkable gardens Forgeneuve (18km); Parc et jardin du château du Chatillon en Bazois (31km); Parc floral d'Apremont (33km); Jardin du château de Limanton (40km)
Towns of Art and history Nevers (20km)
Listed as villages d'etape - (recommended place to break a long journey) Pougues-les-Eaux (16km)
from Nevers (prefecture): 20 km
from Paris: 201 km
from Calais: 434 km
from Nice: 494 km
from Bordeaux: 394 km
from Strasbourg: 369 km
Sichamps is in the eastern-center of France. Most visitors fly into one of the Paris airports and hire a car or drive from a channel ferry port, operhaps Calais or Dunkirk at about 5 - 6 hours. For driving distances to Sichamps from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.
This page in French: Visitez Sichamps