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!

A special natural area

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.

A village attached to its Region's history.

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".

Art in Ligny-le-Ribault

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!


Eglise de Ligny-le-Ribault, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO