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10 minutes from Valenciennes
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In the heart of beautiful countryside, Artres has retained the charm of a Valenciennes villages with certain vestiges of its past, all pretexts for pleasant walks (an aqueduct, a fertilizer mill and the crypt of Saint-Martin’s church which has the distinction of being the miniature replica of the famous Grotto of Lourdes).
Around the Artres Mill, ideas for different visits and activities are numerous.
Firstly, just 7km away, Valenciennes and its Fine Arts Museum "famous art works such as the sculptures of Carpeaux, the paintings of Watteau, and other Flemish paintings ..." and 10km away, Le Quesnoy, a pretty town fortified by Vauban.
A little further afield, the Matisse Museum in Le Cateau-Cambresis, the ancient forum and the archeological site of Bavay, the spa resort of Saint-Armand-les-Eaux, the Wilfried Owen House in Ors, the Incredible and immense Forest of Mormal known for its walks for nature lovers and mushroom picking, the park house and the "Parc et Jardins" of Maroilles, known of course for its famous cheese ...
15-minute awayWallers with its slag heaps and Arenberg mining tower known for the famous film Germinal and La Marre at Goriaux Raismes for a great walk in the forest in the beautiful regional park known for its harvest of porcini mushrooms.
35km away, the historic mining center of Lewarde home to the largest mining museum in France, Cambrai town of Art and History reveals some of its "betise sweets" and the Lace museum of Caudry reveals all its secrets...
All these activities await you during a stay in the relaxing setting of Moulin d'Artres. Do not hesitate to question us, we will be happy to accompany you in the discovery of our region!
So do not wait any longer: Just push open the door...
The Fine Arts Museum of Valenciennes is 10 km away
12 km from Moulin d'Artres.
10 km away from the Moulin d'Artres.
On foot: Duration: 2h30 - Distance: 4.1 km
Located about fifteen kilometers from the front, Bethune was, throughout the First World War, an "English town", where flocks of men on leave from numerous regiments stayed. In the hospitals installed in the requisitioned colleges, efforts were made to treat the wounded brought back from the front. Exposed punctually to the bombing, BÃ©thune was a victim in 1918, of an operation of methodical destruction of its downtown area, when the German offensive was launched on the Lys, the 9th April failed; only the belfry built in the 14th century resisted the "storm of steel" ... The town benefited from an eclectic reconstruction in the 1920s; its Grand-Place, with its high street houses, is now a beautiful urban setting.
For your walks, we have some bicycles to put at your disposal on request at the Mill
A circuit for a family walk very popular with outdoor enthusiasts in the countryside.
The circuit totals 13 km in the version initiated by its creators.
The friends, clubs, hikers ... usually meet in front of the town hall of Artres and head towards Famars by the D400 departmental, then by the rue Bermerain ... ..In Famars they go down la "cavee" cross the Rhonelle by the bridge of tranquility then take the path to the hamlet of Sameon which brings them back to Artres. The circuit can also be done in the opposite direction.
But other walkers or hikers prefer a shortened version with a more family feeling: Departure from the square in Famars, descent of la cavee, the path to Sameon, pass in front of the flood relief zone of the Rhonelle, arrive in Artres near the fishing pond and the Mill, back to Artres by the rue du Bridge, then rue de la Republique and return towards Famars by the rue de Famars, past the old sawmill.
THE VALLEY OF THE RHONELLE (13,5Km) AULNOY-LEZ-VALENCIENNES
The left bank and right bank of the Rhonelle offer calm and the chance to observe nature close to the town of Valenciennes.
Aulnoy-lez-Valenciennes thus presents its two facets, rural and urban.
Possibility of connecting with Valenciennes by tramway by taking the pedestrian path laid out along the tracks
The small circuit leaving from the tram terminus is accessible to people with reduced mobility (accompanied).