The Château of Valençay; the Château of Nohant, Gargilesse-Dampierre or Argenton-sur-Creuse, are sites that you really have to visit in Indre. But the main asset of this department is really the magnificent Berrichonne countryside, studded with thousands of ponds, so well described by George Sand. The Brenne Nature Park is a wonderful wild area, a refuge for the migrating birds and a paradise for ornithologists and botanists. And the icing on the cake: the property is really very interesting here, because in Indre, one can find all sorts of houses, often to renovate and always affordable. You have the choice of where to live: an apartment in Issoudun, a town house in Châteauroux, a berrichonne barn, or old house around Châtre.