History of Le Blanc
Le Blanc is a French town which is located in the department of Indre and the Centre region. The name Le Blanc is a link to a pre-Celtic theme "obl" meaning obscure the prefix pre-Celtic "incum." It was occupied by migrants who are buried during the destruction of the Spanish Republic against the French armies.
Tourism and activities in Le Blanc
Attracting a multitude of visitors, Le Blanc contains a remarkable heritage. It has several fascinating historic buildings and monuments that are interesting for those who are history buffs. You will find the Church of St. Génitour. It was when it was built a monastery dedicated to the Virgin. Then in the thirteenth century, it was enlarged nave and a chapel. In 1998, the paintings were done in the vaults of the choir. The Church of St. Cyrian is also a religious monuments to visit in the town Le Blanc.
Consider exploring the castle Naillac which lasted for more than 800 years. It has undergone several times of rehabilitation, it is transformed in 1986 as the basis of the Living Museum of the Brenne and maintains constant presentation "men, a country story" into a fascinating presentation. The Viaduct Le Blanc is the most remarkable monument of the town. It was built between 1886 and 1885 years. Discover also the home of the Marquise, Pier Aubépin and the museum of the Brenne.
Do not hesitate to call our shuttle service to get around in the city of Le Blanc. We suggest the cars quality and very comfortable. Our selections relating to collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. A driver will be at your disposal throughout the course.
Transfer from Le Blanc to Paris airports
Le Blanc is 45 km south-east of Chatellerault and 266 km from Paris. It is located 590 km from Orly airport, 622 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 690 km from Paris Beauvais airport.