History of the town of Assay
Lying in the department of Indre-et-Loire and the Centre region, Assay is common in France. The fifteenth to seventeenth century, the town was known under the name of Assay-on-Faye. At that time it was the stronghold of Faye-la-Vineuse. The 1823 years was marked by the annexation of the city by the common Grazay.
Tourism and visits Assay
The town has many attractions whether religious or civil architectures. Thus, visitors are never disappointed during their stay.
Do not miss the castle Bashe. It was once fortified and surrounded by moat. This fortress was the subject of an entry in a historical monument in 1971. Currently, it became a private house.
Discover also the Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Jean church. This building is Romanesque. It was built in the twelfth century. It was rebuilt in the fifteenth century. During a guided tour, you can see the choir with a flat apse, modern tower and also a human head carved in stone on one of its walls.
You can also discover in the town its water of 35 ha. The latter feeds the rivers of the region.
Do not miss the other major attractions of the town including the castle of Bel-Ebat neo-Renaissance 19th and the old church of Saint-Pierre Grazay. You can also see prehistoric ie Merovingian sarcophagi remains.
For the visit to the city of Assay is perfect, we recommend to use our transfer service. We take care of your travels around the city and even to the Paris airports like Orly Airport or Beauvais Airport. Our collections include collective car shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Assay to Paris airports
The small village of Assay is located 34 km northwest of Chatellerault and 251 km from Paris. This destination is 290 km from Orly airport, 323 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 392 km from Paris Beauvais airport.