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The spe­cial charm of Champagne

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Mutigny | Champagne, France

Destination of a
“thou­sand faces”

A trib­ute to pure bliss

A land of far-reach­ing hori­zons and rolling hills of champagne vine­yards, the Marne Department in the Champagne is cel­e­brated around the world. A ter­roir rich in con­trasts between dense forests and the largest arti­fi­cial lake in Europe, rolling hills, charm­ing towns and a thou­sand-year-old cul­tural her­itage invite you to explore the region.

Calling all bike enthu­si­asts

Throughout the vast land of Champagne, you’ll find many places that are best dis­cov­ered by bike or e‑bike — LOISIUM pic­nic included of course.

The “Véloroute 52” runs from Paris to Strasbourg. In Champagne, the bike path runs along the Marne river and through the Montagne de Reims nature park. Follow the 45km long tour and ride through the vine­yards to expe­ri­ence the riches of the Marne Valley with its UNESCO World Heritage sites. Our Loisians at the recep­tion will be happy to pro­vide you with all the info. So, what are you wait­ing for?

To the bike routes
Bicycle trip
Vineyard in evening glow


A region full of charm and tra­di­tion with cul­tural high­lights and idyl­lic vine­yards that make it a hotspot for champagne lovers.

Here are a few tips for your tours. Known around the world as hubs of champagne pro­duc­tion, the cities of Reims, Aÿ and Épernay make for an ideal start­ing point to explore a region that is home to one of the most impor­tant Gothic cathe­drals in France as well as palaces and cel­lars of champagne houses.

Our favorites
Church de Cuis
Museum Oueilly

The scent of champagne

There really is a champagne aroma float­ing in the air. Just open the cel­lar door of one of the local wine­mak­ers, and you’ll catch a whiff of our mean­ing.

Champagne pro­duc­ers cel­e­brate the French art of liv­ing. They enjoy ami­ca­ble chats and enthu­si­as­ti­cally con­vey the cul­tural char­ac­ter­is­tics of the region. During cel­lar tours and tast­ings, they bring to life their knowl­edge and art, which they pur­sue and present with an infec­tious pas­sion.

Explore the champagne region
Champagne cellar
cellar vault

Car or boat?

If you love to change per­spec­tives like we do, you’ve come to the right place. Because in the region we call home, there are end­less oppor­tu­ni­ties for you to dis­cover the UNESCO World Heritage region.

The choice is yours: rent an iconic E‑Mehari or a 1980s 2CV and drive through the small, charm­ing towns to inhale French lifestyle, or enjoy the beau­ti­ful scenery and tra­di­tional archi­tec­ture from a small boat for up to 6 peo­ple.

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Tour with vintage car through vineyards
close-up boat

Excitement all year round

Festivities through­out the region include the Fêtes Henri IV in Aÿ, the Soirée Blanche on the French National Day, the grape har­vest in autumn or the Habits de Lumière fes­ti­val of lights in December.