Visit a town with typical characteristics of Sologne: in the middle of the forest, ponds, moors, and heather, adorned with brick colors here and there. A place which perfectly combines natural and historical heritage!
Ligny-le-Ribault is perfect if you would like to fish, hike, stroll, walk, discover, learn, taste …
Its great natural heritage allows you to sit back and relax. Indeed, there is a “France Willow conservatory”: “Le Pré des Saules”, a health path located on an island in the center of a pond, many hiking trails… There is also a forest massif which makes it one of the most important places in Europe to hear the deer slab. Its natural setting shelters one of France’s most beautiful populations of deer.
The village’s attachment to its history is particularly reflected through the Écomuseum of Ligny-le-Ribault, highlighting the ancient professions of Sologne and offers guided tours of the village. Its volunteers' enthusiasm makes it a unique way to discover all of Sologne’s heritage.
Also visit with family or friends Sologne’s last artisanal brick factory: La Tuilerie de la Bretèche, an important place of know-how, craftsmanship and history in the Portes de Sologne!
To continue with the architectural aspect of Ligny-le-Ribault, come see the picturesque washhouse converted into a picnic area, the typical Sologne half-timbered or brick houses, the Saint-Martin church, and its contemporary stained-glass windows, …
In the countryside, find sumptuous hidden castles, the most impressive one being Bon-Hôtel also called "Le Petit Chambord".
Ligny-le-Ribault is also a village that puts its local artists on the spot, through a remarkable place: La Maison de la Brique.
Discover this typical and plural village!