Take the quiet, rural dirt track leading to the "Gros Rouloy", named after the large roller that was once used to compact the paths
An opportunity to relax in this green area covering some 50 hectares and a tapestry of wetlands, featuring Camargue horses, Tarpans and a Shetland pony.
Built in 1894, this Neo-Gothic shrine contains a statue of the parish's patron saint, traditionally escorted by a military parade as part of a procession...Read more
This is where French Lieutenant Charles Cécile finally died of wounds sustained during a German artillery bombardment. The remains of a red cross...Read more
Visit the municipality of Ham-sur-Heure to see this splendid building (listed in 1936) set in a magnificent park open to the public. It currently houses...Read more
Housed in the right wing of the castle, the museums offers visitors the opportunity to discover all manner of surprising items, including the secrets that...Read more