Pulnoy, meaning ‘foal farm’, lies in the east of Greater Nancy. Its modern houses are surrounded by fields, grasslands and forests.
The town is best known for its eighteen-hole golf centre (and training school) which has become the main feature of this part of Greater Nancy. It offers 75 hectares of landscaped courses and is less than a quarter of an hour from the city centre.
Pulnoy also boasts the 8,000 sqm Masserine Lake nature reserve, which lies within a two-hectare green space. Signposted trails that extend into the neighbouring forest are the perfect way to keep fit, discover the local flora and fauna, or both!
In November, don’t miss the truffle festival, which is popular with amateurs, specialists and researchers alike. The event grows bigger every year, with scientific meetings organised alongside the festival itself.