|Community association||Pays Loudunais|
|surface||15.79 km 2|
|Residents||213 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||13 inhabitants / km 2|
Donjon and church tower
Curçay-sur-Dive is a French village with 213 inhabitants (at January 1, 2017) in the department of Vienne in the region Nouvelle-Aquitaine ; it belongs to the arrondissement of Châtellerault and the canton of Loudun . Neighboring municipalities of Curçay-sur-Dive are Ternay in the north, Les Trois-Moutiers in the northeast, Glénouze in the east, Ranton in the southeast, Pas-de-Jeu in the south, Saint-Léger-de-Montbrun in the southwest and Saint-Martin-de -Mâcon in the northwest.
- Donjon (14th century, Monument historique ) as the rest of the castle
- Sainte-Catherine church, former castle chapel
- Ruins of the Saint-Pierre church (12th and 17th centuries, Monument historique)
- Pont de la Reine Blanche (Monument historique)
The place belongs to the Anjou wine region .