In Seigy, Couffy, Meusnes, Selles-sur-Cher, Noyers-sur-Cher and Chatillon-sur-Cher, between the loops of the Fouzon and Cher rivers, as far as Saint-Aignan, there is a large floodplain, covered with meadows: the prairies du Fouzon.
This sensitive natural area is exceptional, it is home to more than 300 species of plants of which about thirty are protected, including the Great Pimprenelle, the Meadow rue and the Marsh Germanders.
For the Centre – Val de Loire region, these meadows are also a precious breeding site for rare bird species, such as the Eurasian Curlew, the Red-backed Shrike and the Whinchat.
Visitors are asked to stay on the paths. A circular route already exists in Couffy and another loop is equipped with QR codes in Noyers-sur-Cher. Nature activities are organised throughout the year for groups but also for individuals. You can find out more from the Conservatories, managers of the Prairies du Fouzon, or the Tourist Office.