Cumieres, France
Cumières is a commune in the Champagne-Ardenne region - Marne department, in north-eastern France.

Located on the Route du Champagne on the Marne River, it is a pretty little wine village famous for its Champagne but also for its Champagne Red, which is light red wine and not sparkling.

River Cruise on The Marne and discover the wonderful provincial food, not to mention the wine or interesting flora and fauna.

Each June, the feast day of Sainte Jeane-Baptiste is celebrated with a ceremonial lantern parade, fireworks and a fun fair with rides. After the Carnival, the following weekend each year is the traditional Cumieres annual village flea market.

General Information:

Population: 845 (2006)
Currency: French Francs, Euro
Language: French