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L'Aube in Champagne

The Nogentais and the Champagne region

With its castles lined with French gardens that bear witness to French history and architecture, its fascinating museums, rich in unsuspected treasures, and its banks of the Seine, the Nogentais will amaze you. Visit the town of Nogent sur Seine, Romilly sur Seine, an old industrial town and Pont sur Seine.

Champagne-Ardenne is mainly known for its vineyards and cellars. It is in this region that Champagne wine is produced, which is now recognised worldwide and has the AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée) label. It is also possible to visit many cities rich in heritage, gastronomy or architecture.
In the heart of the Champagne region, Aube is a 100% natural destination. The surrounding nature, the landscapes and the activities are all there to satisfy your desires while taking the time to discover them. Throughout your stay, you will be able to discover over 220 kilometres of the Champagne Tourist Route.

Discovering the different facets of Aube

Welcome to the Aube, with its huge Regional Nature Park of the Forêt d'Orient. Come and enjoy scuba diving, canoeing, kayaking, pedal boating and boating. Fishing is particularly good here.
Finally, the immediate surroundings will delight lovers of hiking or cycling, golf or tennis.
You can also discover the Temple Lake, which is classified as a "National Nature Reserve"; it offers space and tranquillity. And Lake Amance, which is a leisure centre.

The Côte des Bar

Located in the south of the Champagne region, known for its fabulous champagne

The Othe Valley

The cider of the Othe region is made from a dozen varieties of apples such as Avrolles, Nez Plat, or Nez de Chat, which are grated and pressed. The juice is put in a vat and racked and ferments for several months.
Chaource is known for its soft cheese, salted with dry salt and with a bloomy rind, and now has a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO).