Moulins-Engilbert is a small town in the Morvan Natural Park, at the point where the rivers Garat and Guignon merge. Walk through this charming village, nestled in it’s rural setting, and you will discover the 15th century church, the 12th century priory of Commagny, ruins of the ancient chateau, many beautiful houses and winding flower lined streets.
Also look for the “Trompe L’Oeil” paintings throughout the town, dedicated to Morvan and it’s traditions.
Any holiday maker will love to visit the weekly produce market or the covered livestock market, one of the most influential in the region. After that you can then learn all about the history of agriculture in the Morvan region by going to “La Maison de l'élevage et du Charolais”, the museum of farming.
The surrounding area, with it’s woods, meadows and streams, is ideal for outdoor activities in the warm sun.
Moulins-Englibert is a commune in the Nièvre department , Burgundy, in central France.