Absolutely Paysages de la Champagne !

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" Paysages de la Champagne " like nowhere else!
The " Paysages de la Champagne " are 4 versions of a surprising Champagne and its vineyard slopes which give rhythm to its landscapes!
The Montagne de Reims, a regional natural park, a vast promontory with multiple facets combining nature and Champagne traditions. The Marne Valley, an emblematic and surprising valley where water, forest, and vineyards meet and where Pinot Meunier is king. The Surmelin Valley, a bucolic land of crops, pastures, remarkable forests and ponds that can be discovered by taking the schoolchildren's path. The marshes of Saint Gond, unique and wild natural heritage, offering a mosaic of discoveries and amazing archaeological treasures.
These landscapes will offer you surprising panoramas, breathtaking from a wide angle, but also the privilege of discovering rare and secret places that make the Champagne region!
The moment, you absolutely have to live and to share! The Paysages de la Champagne are a source of pleasure, of all pleasures!
The agenda of the Paysages de la Champagne
All the outing suggestions !
How to get to the Paysages de la Champagne
By car:
From Paris/Strasbourg: A4 exit Dormans, Reims, Châlons-en-Champagne, Sainte-Ménéhould

From Calais/Troyes: A26 exit Reims, Châlons-en-Champagne, Sommesous

From Reims/Charleville-Mézières : A34 exits Valleys of the Suippe, Witry-lès Reims, Reims

By train :
From Paris Gare de l'Est : Stops Dormans, Epernay or Reims
Paysages de la Champagne
Paysages de la Champagne