This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Pouligny-Notre-Dame.
Tucked in the eastern-center of France along the side of the highest point of the Indre, Pouligny-Notre-Dame is a charming town surrounded by picturesque landscapes and medieval architecture. Visitors to Pouligny-Notre-Dame appreciate the area’s rich history and lush woods filled with chestnut, oak, and beech – as well as the city’s focus on wellness.
The community has developed a thriving tourism industry, with hostels and hotels throughout the town. A luxury spa and plenty of vacation rentals provide relaxing, private accommodations, but the hostels and bed and breakfasts give visitors a great opportunity to connect with the friendly locals in Pouligny-Notre-Dame. The town also boasts a variety of culinary options, with charming restaurants and traditional French cuisine.
The spa is home to an impressive 18-hole golf course, which attracts visitors from around the world looking for a vacation that promotes health and wellness. With plenty of walking trails and a large landscaped park complete with a volleyball court and play structures for children, there is no shortage of opportunities for active travelers in Pouligny-Notre-Dame. But the community is also home to some stunning local architecture, showcasing the city’s deep medieval roots. Just walking up and down some of Pouligny-Notre-Dame’s streets can feel like stepping back in time.
From a hostel or hotel in Pouligny-Notre-Dame, visitors can venture out to explore some other local attractions, including Saint-Chartier, Nohant-Vic, Chateroux, and La Souterraine – all within driving distance of Pouligny-Notre-Dame. Sight-seeing throughout this area is a photographer’s dream, with beautiful structures, rolling landscapes, and green vegetation as far as the eye can see.
Getting to Pouligny-Notre-Dame is easy for visitors who opt to rent a car and drive around the French countryside, but shuttles and taxis are also available from the airport. Tourists can also catch a train to Pouligny-Notre-Dame from many other European destinations, making this a perfect stop for backpackers traveling throughout the region.
Written by local enthusiast for Pouligny-Notre-Dame hostelsJakob Lombardi