2 hrs 30 from Paris by car and 1 hr 50 by train.
We are located near the town of Châteauroux, in the Indre département, in the Berry region, in the centre of France.
Thanks to this ideal location in the centre of France, we are able to :
- Pick up or deliver your goods in less than 24 hours, in all warehouses in France.
- Deliver to all shops and points of sale in France in less than 24 hours.
The proximity of the Paris airports and hubs of major international carriers means that we have the best possible delivery times, for all destinations worldwide.
You can visit us :
By car :
Near the A20 motorway, linking Paris to Toulouse, we are located :
- 2 hrs 30 from the south of Paris,
- 3 hrs from Toulouse,
- 3 hrs from Lyon...
By train :
On the Paris - Toulouse train line, Châteauroux station is :
- 1 hr 50 from Paris (Gare d’Austerlitz)
- 3 hrs from Toulouse...
If you would like to come and visit us by train, we are happy to pick you up and drop you back at Châteauroux station. (our warehouse is approximately 30 minutes by car from Châteauroux station).
Berry, a region of textile tradition :
Before the French Revolution in 1789, Berry was a historic province of the Kingdom of France, with Bourges as its capital. Today, Berry, with its own history and cultural elements, brings together the departments of Indre and Cher. The Berry is endowed with a real know-how in textile manufacturing : before the beginning of the mass relocations of the 1980s, the Berry was home to dozens of clothing workshops and employed several thousand sewing mechanics, specialising in men's shirts.
Uncover this epic history at the Musée de la chemiserie et de l’élégance masculine, in Argenton-sur-Creuse.
An idyllic setting in the heart of the countryside :
Our warehouse is located in a small business area, in the middle of the Berry countryside in the commune of Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre, known for its famous basilica, a replica of the Jerusalem basilica and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This Romanesque basilica with rotunda dates from the 11th and 12th centuries. Since 1257, it has kept 3 drops of the Precious Blood of Christ, brought back from the Crusades.
We are also close to the home and the settings of the novels of the famous author George Sand : The village of Nohant with the home of George Sand, Le Moulin d’Angibault ...
And close to the village of Sainte-Sévère where Jacques Tati shooted his movie Jour de Fête, in 1949 :
A few kilometers away :
- Viaduc de Cluis, this spectacular structure, completed in 1889, is made up of 20 arches of 25 meters each and a height of 40 meters.
- Lys Saint Georges castel, old medieval fortress from the 12th century, where the keep and the moat still remain.
- Sarzay castel, 14th century fortress.
- La Brenne, the Land of a Thousand Ponds, to be discovered on foot, by bike or on horseback.
- Chabenet castel, perfectly renovated medieval castle.
- Le Menoux church, 19th century church, adorned with wall paintings by a painter-sculptor of Bolivian origin.
- Saint-Benoît du Sault, true medieval village, with its rampart walk and narrow streets, perched on a rocky promontory.
- Boucle du Pin, the famous meander of the La Creuse river.
- Gargilesse, a village of artists for a romantic stay.
- The slab of the deer, a grandiose and majestic spectacle, to admire and listen to, every September, in the forest of Châteauroux.
And all the must-see sites in Berry :
- Valençay castel, one of the great sites of the Loire Valley, with Renaissance and classical architecture. It was the property of Prince de Talleyrand, Minister of Napoleon.
- Bouges castel, an astonishing castle, a replica of the Petit Trianon of Versailles. Also worth seeing for its gardens and greenhouses and its magnificent stables.
- Bourges Cathedral, built between the end of the 12th century and the end of the 13th century. A building of remarkable architecture both for its harmonious proportions and the quality of its tympanums, sculptures and stained glass windows.
- Jacques Coeur Palace in Bourges is considered for the elegance of its architecture, the richness and the variety of its decoration, as one of the most sumptuous civil buildings of the 15th century and a masterpiece of civil architecture in the style. Gothic.
- Noirlac Abbey. In the Cher, a few kilometers from Saint-Amand-Montrond, Noirlac is one of the best preserved abbeys in France. Founded in 1136, it displays an insolent health that centuries and an eventful history have not been able to alter. The immaculate blondness of its stone and the purity of its architecture, where a deafening silence hovers, solemnly invites meditation.
- Azay-Le-Ferron castel, with its rich architecture from the 15th to the 18th century, transports you through artistic styles and eras. 15 sumptuously furnished rooms to visit.
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- Viaduc de l'Auzon Viaduc de l'Auzon
- Les Halles at Sainte Sévère Les Halles at Sainte Sévère
- Saint Benoît du Sault Saint Benoît du Sault
- Church of Nohant Church of Nohant
- Mouilin D'Angibault Mouilin D'Angibault
- Church of Le Menoux Church of Le Menoux
- La Brenne La Brenne
- Museum Jour de Fêtes Museum Jour de Fêtes
- Church of Sainte Sévère Church of Sainte Sévère
- Valençay castel Valençay castel
- Sarzay castel Sarzay castel
- Lys Saint Georges castel Lys Saint Georges castel
- Chabenet castel Chabenet castel
- Bouges castel Bouges castel
- Azay-Le-Ferron castel Azay-Le-Ferron castel
- Deer slab Deer slab
- Boucle du Pin Boucle du Pin
- Church of Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre Church of Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre
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