Built at the end of the 12th century, the Moulin d’Andé is now a listed Historical Monument. It’s the only mill with a water wheel remaining on the River Seine, and has kept its entire machinery intact. In 1962, the Moulin d'Andé became a cultural centre and has since then welcomed many famous artists, including Romy Schneider, François Truffaut or Jacques Dutronc. Concerts and performances are given in its theatre throughout the year. Nestled in a 37-acre park, the mill also boasts a cosy 35-room hotel. It’s the perfect picnic spot!