Tourist Office Monts et Vallées Ouest Creuse
The Creuse is full of heritage that you can meet all along your stay.
This romanesque church dates back from the XIIth century. The roof is made by tiles and the steeple by chestnuts wood. The capitols of the South portail are decorated with a monster, a bi...
The former church dated the XIIth century but due to the lack of interview and because of the dilapidation of the building, the municipality decided to reconstruct totally the building. T...
This little and pituresque chapel has something mystical is protected by the 400 years old lime tree. No ornement, it is very simple and was dedicated to Saint Jean. Shipers use to come i...
This fortified romanesque style church dates back from the XIIth century. The originality of this monuments is the" house tower " on it. This medieval house is one of the older of the reg...
This fortified church dates back from the XIIIth century. This romanesque monument has a rectangular form.
This church was built between the XVIth and the XVth centuries and is situated outside of the heart of the village because it was a part of the (today disappeared) Lords' castle.
This romanesque church was built between the XIth and the XIIIth century and it was fortified in the XVth century. it is 31.5 meters long. The capitals of the West portal are decorated wi...
This museum space proposed to discover 2000 years of the village's History with a guide.
For hikers, a 14 kilometers path permets to discover the heritage of this area.
Open all along th...
This church dates back from the XVth century and was rebuilt in 1911 when a part of the church was destroyed.
This church was built in the XIIth century and is dedicated to Saint Julien of Brioude (a little village situated in Haute Loire, Auvergne).
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