Saint- Ennemond is a commune with 651 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Allier in the Auvergne region; it belongs to the administrative district Moulins and canton Yzeure.


The municipality is located in the Sologne bourbonnaise, about 15 kilometers northeast of Moulins, at the border to the neighboring department of Nièvre in the Burgundy region. Neighboring municipalities of Saint- Ennemond are:

  • Toury - Lurcy in the north,
  • Lucenay- lès -Aix in the east,
  • Gennetines in the south,
  • Trévol and Aurouër in the west and
  • Mandrel in the northwest.

The municipality is crossed from south to north from the river Abron, the north of the town from the left receives the tributary rivers of Ruisseau des Mesles here. The department D979a road that runs from Moulins to Decize, opening up transport links the municipality.


The name of the village refers to Ennemond, the 650 Archbishop of Lyon was around the year, in the community, the Benedictine monastery of Saint Symphorien has founded and was later canonized. During the French Revolution, the church was called Labron.