The mountains of Ain, globally limestone, are split, broken, bent, wrinkled everywhere.During centuries, the streaming water infiltrated into the...Read more
Bathed in warmth and sunlight, the gorges de la Méouge are renowned for the quality of their warters and their grandiose scenery. Shaped by the same named...Read more
After having crossed the River Ay at Rô Bridge, the road winds up to the ruins of Oriol Tower, which is all that is left of an important mediaeval castle...Read more
The Ain river dug in the limestone rock a deep and tortuous bed.The river pours then into gorges framed by impressive ledges limestones. From Poncin,...Read more
A pretty little river meandering through Izernore plain, easily accessible to anglers, ramblers and families.
An unspoiled site nearly half a kilometre in length, where the Séran has hewn out a succession of potholes linked by deep, narrow clefts in the rock down...Read more
This oil painting, painted at the time when the painter Francisco Lloréns was living in Betanzos, is a view of the dawn of the city presided over by the...Read more
This canvas by the painter Francisco Lloréns, which shows a sunset in the O Burgo estuary, is an exceptional work because of the great fluidity of the...Read more