This crypt, an example of Roman art, was closed in the 15th century. It was rediscovered in 1958 and can be visited only during the Tourist Office’s guided...Read more
This 11th century tower was the bell tower of the Notre-Dame church.In the 15th century a gallery was composed of four small bells and a spire taking...Read more
As it was originally built in the 6th century and then rebuilt in the 11th century, it contains some primitive elements of the first building in its walls.
It was built in 1450 between the canons’ refectory and the cathedral and is a beautiful example of Gothic art. We can access a crypt under the cathedral’s...Read more
This chapel was built in the XVIth century by the canon Antoine Poliac. At first this was the Chapl of a small hamlet who burn in 1628. It was rebulit...Read more
This imposing building with its austere exterior, located in the village centre, houses a wealth of Baroque riches. Climb the steps, open the door and...Read more
How could you imagine from the outside that the walls of this little chapel were covered in paintings that, like a comic strip, told the story of the life...Read more
The Church of the Carmes is a historical monument from the 15th century. Come and look up to the recently restored chancel, the amazing frescoes, the vertical...Read more
Discovering religious heritage through Baroque art and everyday life in the 17th centuryBaroque art punctuates our mountain valleys in each of our...Read more
Commonly known as the 'Cathédrale des Bauges', this parish church was built in 1867, thanks to support from Napoleon III in response to a population surge.