The village of Morancé is built of golden coloured stone and white Lucenay stone. The irregular lines of the road (layout and buildings) practically make...Read more
Take time off to discover this small fortified village crossed right through by the river Azergue.
This village built on a hill and huddled around its 12th century church is well worth a detour.
It was built before 1183 and was part of the 2nd castle complex where the lords of Oingt resided. It is 18 metres high and has a museum on its 3 floors....Read more
From the steep hills of Côte-Rôtie, you can see this seigniorial summer residence and its huge roof with glazed tiles.
This aqueduc, which was collecting water from the Gier river in Saint-Chamond, transported it along 86 km to Fourviere. Built in the 2nd century AD, it...Read more
North-east of the village, in direction of Brignais (D25), the remains of the aqueduct are visible in the hamlet of Le Grand Champ. On both sides of the...Read more
The tower is nearly 30 metres high, almost square in shape and features battlements and arrowslits. Two inner staircases once led up to the platform and...Read more