|Community association||Grand Châtellerault|
|surface||12.94 km 2|
|Residents||392 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||30 inhabitants / km 2|
Saint-Rémy-sur-Creuse is a French village with 392 inhabitants (as of January 1 2017) in the department of Vienne in the region Nouvelle-Aquitaine ; it belongs to the arrondissement of Châtellerault and is part of the canton of Châtellerault-2 (until 2015: canton of Dangé-Saint-Romain ).
Saint-Rémy-sur-Creuse is located about 16 kilometers northeast of Châtellerault on the Creuse River , which forms the eastern municipal boundary. Saint-Rémy-sur-Creuse is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Buxeuil in the north, Abilly in the east, Leugny in the south, Dangé-Saint-Martin in the west and south-west and Les Ormes in the west and north-west.
Saint-Rémy-sur-Creuse was founded as a place by Richard the Lionheart .
|Source: Cassini and INSEE|
- Romanesque church of Saint-Rémy from the 11th / 12th centuries century
- Remains of the Gannes defense tower
- Chaise Castle from the 15th / 16th centuries Century, monument historique since 1967
- Le Patrimoine des Communes de la Vienne. Volume 1, Flohic Editions, Paris 2002, ISBN 2-84234-128-7 , pp. 289-291.