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WHAT TO DO IN GRAND POITIERS?

During your stay, discover Poitiers and its surroundings through numerous activities!

On water, on land or in the air, choose your element!

Whatever your tastes, we offer you a wide range of activities to share with family, friends or couples to challenge yourself, let off steam or simply relax. If you are looking for thrills or challenges with friends or family, check out our selection of motor sports and tree climbing courses. For the little ones, the amusement parks with inflatables and adventure courses await you for moments shared with your family.

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Application of guided tours VisitPoitiers
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POITIERS
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Dormitory of the Monks / Capitular Hall
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Saint-Benoît
Des Moines Dormitory, Rue Paul Gauvin Saint-Benoît
In the heart of the Bourg de Saint Benoit, near Poitiers.
Bandeau sainte radegonde
Sainte-Radegonde Church
Free
Poitiers
Sainte-Radegonde Church, 17 Rue du Pigeon Blanc Poitiers
Placed under the name of Radegonde, daughter of the king of Thuringia and wife of the Franc Clotaire I king, the current church of Sainte-Radegonde is built around an 11th century bell-tower-porch, a 12th century chevet with ambulatory and a 13th century nave.
Our Lady's abbatial church in Fontaine-le-Comte (Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France).
Fontaine-le-Comte Abbey
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Fontaine-le-Comte
Abbey of Fontaine le Comte, 17 Rue de l'Abbaye Fontaine-le-Comte
In its landscaped setting, founded around 1130 by William VIII, Count of Poitou-duc d'Aquitaine, the Abbey of Fontaine-le-Comte first welcomed a community of canons of Saint-Augustin.
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Place de la Liberté
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Poitiers
Place de la Liberté Poitiers
In the heart of a transition zone between the "city" (Notre-Dame-la-Grande and the county palace) and the new town of Montierneuf, the current Place de la Liberté hosted the "new market" at the beginning of the 12th century.
Eglise Saint-Porchaire
Saint Porchaire Church
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Poitiers
Cure of Saint Porchaire, 47 Rue Gambetta Poitiers
Originating from a primitive church, built at the end of the 9th century, it remains the front wall to which a superb 11th century Romanesque bell tower porch was attached. Recently restored, it stands proudly in the middle of the pedestrian streets.
Eglise Saint-Hilaire le Grand
Saint-Hilaire le Grand Church
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Poitiers
Saint-Hilaire-Le-Grand Church, 26 Rue Saint-Hilaire Poitiers
The church of Saint Hilaire is a monument of Romanesque art, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Way of Saint James in 1998.
Eglise Saint-Jean de Montierneuf
Saint-Jean de Montierneuf Church
Free
Poitiers
Saint-Jean de Montierneuf Poitiers Church
Old abbey church, with a Romanesque base, of a former Benedictine abbey.
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Place du Maréchal Leclerc
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Poitiers
Place du Maréchal-Leclerc Poitiers
The first mention of a place here was made in 1058, when it was referred to as the foro veterum: an old forum. This late name suggests that in Gallo-Roman times there was already a public space structuring the city: the forum.
Chapelle Saint Louis
Saint-Louis Chapel
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Poitiers
Collège Henri IV, 1 Rue Louis Renard Poitiers
The Saint Louis Chapel, a sober setting with a remarkable painted decoration, was built from 1608 onwards by the Jesuits to serve their newly created college.
Hôtel Berthelot
Hotel Berthelot
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Poitiers
Hôtel Berthelot, 24 Rue de la Chaîne Poitiers
Built from 1529 by René Berthelot, mayor of the city, the Berthelot Hotel is one of the first Renaissance buildings in Poitiers.
Palais des ducs
Palace of the Counts of Poitou - Dukes of Aquitaine
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Poitiers
10 place Alphonse Lepetit Poitiers
With the Great Hall and the Maubergeon Tower, the Palace of the Counts of Poitou-Ducs of Aquitaine is today one of the most remarkable architectural ensembles of the Middle Ages in France.