Whether it is for an outdoor sporting activity, going antiquing, discovering an exceptional restaurant or being pampered in an old mansion converted into a spa, the Perche will meet all your expectations.
Amazing Bellême... 1,500 inhabitants, but still active and lively with its many shops, bakeries, butcher's, grocery store, cheese dairy, wine shop, chocolate factory, but also its gift shops, antique dealers, restaurants, Christmas events, etc. .Find our best addresses at the bottom of the page.Photo: Stephane Letourneur.
Over 2000 years ago, the Perche was covered in thick forest - hence it’s name: Sylva Pertica. Sylva means forest and Pertica refers to the tall trees that define the territory.
The forest of Bellême is located almost at the bottom of the property, 10 minutes on foot, and will therefore be an ideal starting point for a breath of fresh air or mushroom-picking in season. Do not hesitate to download the Rando Perche application on your phone for more details.
La Verticale (Bellême)
La Planque en Perche (Bellou-le-Trichard)
Le Bistrot des Ecuries (Boissy-Maugis)
Le Relais d'Horbé (La Perrière)
La Maison d'Horbé (La Perrière)
Chez nous campagne (Bubertré)
Après l'école (Saint-Cyr-la-Rosière)
La terrasse Saint-Pol (Nogent-le-Rotrou)
Studio 7 avril
Chez les voisins
Parc Naturel Régional du Perche
Centre équestre de Bellême
Golf de Bellême
Office de tourisme de Bellême
Location de vélos
Almost at the gates of Paris, the Perche is nevertheless a territory with a strong identity, with its bocage territory and unspoiled nature. You will also appreciate its hills, mansions and themed gardens.The history of the Perche remains closely linked, in our contemporary memory, to that of the Percheron, an emblematic horse which continues to be exported all over the world, but the roots of the Perche go back much earlier and go back to the Neolithic period.
To learn more, follow this link who tells you his story (in french)...