History of the town of Acy in Picardy
Acy is a French commune located in the department of Aisne, Picardy. The history of the village dates back to the Middle Ages. Indeed, the church of Saint-Médard itself as a key witness to the rich history of this destination. This fortress was built in the twelfth century and is home to this ancient artifacts and architecture of the era of yesteryear. The remaining parts concern since the twelfth century the nave, transept and bell tower.
Tourism and visits Acy
The common Acy offers tourists a remarkable heritage ideal for group discovery. Visitors will have in this case the opportunity to visit the monument of the Weeping Breton said. This monument was sculpted by André Charlier and ironworker Richard Desvallières. Farm Pavilion is also a site to see. This is a farm raised ridge in complete isolation from the parish of Acy. Tourists can enjoy a breathtaking view of the south of the farm. A visit to the mill Montjard is also feasible. It consists of a house, a mill, a small brooks and ponds leading down to said mill. It is a mill with both corn and oil.
To discover common Acy, tourists have the chance to use a transfer service quality. In this case, we offer our service to help you move around the village and in the village itself. It is also possible to transfer you to the Paris airports. You have at your disposal a shuttle collective, private car or a luxury car VIP. A competent driver will accompany you throughout the trip.
Transfer from Acy to Paris airports
Acy is just 95 km from the city of Paris. This destination is 89.6 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle 107 miles from Paris Beauvais airport and 124 km from Orly airport.