Rémalard Travel Guide

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    Village Square
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    Sign to remind you where you are!
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Rémalard Things to Do

  • Remalard Walking Tours

    Remalard does have a small tourist information office located just off of the village square. I discovered these signs as I was wandering around the village - they offer walking tours and I guess that you get the information from the tourist office.As I said this village is located in the Perche and the scenery is stunning.

  • Commune Du Parc Du Perche

    Remalard really is one of those places where you just relax, take in the scenery and enjoy good company.There is plenty of opportunity for hiking and cycling as this is a national park!The area is relativley flat - reminded me a lot of my home county in England - Kent.

  • Church of Saint Germain

    This is the small local church in the village of Remalard, it dates from the 12th century and is still very much a working church, holding weddings, baptism and services throughout the year.Its well worth a look around and inside - the bell tower is pretty impressive.

  • Religious France

    The crucifix is quite a common scene in this part of France, almost every little village has one and not always within the church grounds...this one for instance was set along the road between a few houses.France is predominatly Catholic...although as always there are other religions and places to worship.

  • Remalard and Commune Du Parc Du Perche

    Remalard is located in the Commune Du Parc Du Perche - translated this is a National Park - called The Perche.The Perche is a beautiful region, lots of forest and very strict regulations to keep it this way.For instance, on one road in The Perche...you are allowed to build on one side of the road and not on the other. Personally I think that these...

  • Remalard

    Remalard is a very small French Village, there is nothing particular that would bring you here as such...there arent any Cathedrals or famous museums. Its a small place, a good place to practise your French, eat traditional food and brush shoulders with the locals.As we were here just after Christmas all of the lights and decorations were still up,...


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    La Remillon: New Years Eve in France

    by kentishgirl Updated Jan 3, 2005

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    This was the spot for New Year 04/05!

    A night at a typical French restaurant/bar owned by an English guy in France!

    For only 35euro per person we enjoyed a fabulous French meal, Jazz, and a disco! Bargain...Oh...red wine with the meal, punch upon arrival and champers at midnight was included too!

    Dress Code: You can wear almost what you want, and no disrespect intended but it seemed that we dressed up more than the French for going out?!?

    Its a fairly new premises and its not in Remalard its in another small village located approx 15kms away...but I will find out what the village is called!!!

    Girlies on the town!

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Rémalard Transportation

  • SNCF

    We travelled from Paris Montparnasse to Nogent le Rotrou by train, this took a little over 1 hours 30minutes. Upon arrival in Nogent we were met by the friends we were staying with who drove the further 20minutes to the village of Remalard.We purchased our return train ticket just before boarding the train at Montparnasse with no problems...the...

  • Getting Around

    Remalard is pretty remote, there isnt a train station or anything here and I think that its essential that you have a car!Unless of course you are on a cycling or hiking holiday.The roads are lanes and are very narrow, very typical country lanes,

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    Remalards own Boulangerie!: Boulangerie

    by kentishgirl Written Jan 3, 2005

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    This is a really sweet modern interior, old exterior shop in Remalard village square.

    The cakes look amazing - as you can see on my intro page as well! Lol

    What to buy: As this is a bakery, the fresh French bread cannot be missed, as cant the various beautiful freshly made cakes that sit in the window!

    What to pay: From 1euro upwards


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