Dating from the 16th century but already listed in 969 A.D., Tournin's chapel stands as the last landmark in the village from the past. During the course of its restoration several painted scenes and a liturgical sink were found in its apse.
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This is an ancient fortress from the 13th century built following the blueprint that Jacques de St Georges was to circulate up to the Gascogne county. It is striking by its austere style; the tower with the entry porch is the main feature of this square structure highlighted by its round towers in each corner.
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Built during the wars between the counties of Dauphiné and Savoie, this 14th century castle stood tall on the hill overlooking the Galeyson and Galaure valleys. Worth seeing are the remnants which have been restored and from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Vercors mountains and of the Mont Pilat peak.
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In the heart of the village of Jarcieu, the castle opened to the public in 2002. Built with local materials it bears some architectural elements from all the centuries of its history. You can enjoy an interactive guided tour of the castle, the tiles museum and the gardens.
Château de Jarcieu 151 route de St Sulpice 38270 JarcieuRead more
Belonging to the 'Peres de la Salette', this church is located on top of Bevenais hill and can be reached on foot (30mn walk) via a woodland path starting at the top of the 'chemin de la Bretonniere' track opposite the church in Bevenais.
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Modified greatly in the 18th century, this church from the 'Mandement de Bellegarde' era was built in the Middle Ages on top of a large rocky mount. The chapel was mentioned as early as the 11th century when it was dedicated to St Saturnin.
chemin de la Salette 38270 Bellegarde-Poussieu
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Built in the 19th century, this chapel is located on top of a small hill. You will be able to see in the distance the Vercors, Chartreuse and Belledonne mountain ranges thanks to a panoramic viewpoint.
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The gardens of the castle in Jarcieu take you through a journey from the middle ages to the 19th century. Extraordinary trees, a vegetable and herb garden as well as a flower garden can be found all along the interactive guided tour which also takes in the castle and the fine ceramic museum.
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The 'French garden' is part of this property hosting a large farming domain. This garden is outstanding for the simplicity of its lines and its hornbeam bordered maze that overlooks the farmed fields. There are also a sundial and a pond.
Château de Bresson 494 montée des murs 38270 Moissieu-sur-DolonRead more
This castle from the Renaissance period was built on the remnants of an old stronghold house from the 14th century which had belonged to the Fromenton family from Bresson. The south side of the castle opens out onto a terraced French style garden and overlooks the Bievre valley.
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Both wild and welcoming this 500 acres site with its 35kms of walking paths will surely give you plenty of room to roam around in! You will be able to watch stags and deers, mountain goats, wild boars and many varieties of birds...
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Standing on a hill, the feudal castle of Bressieux still bears witness of its military heritage throughout the centuries, showcasing majestic ruins of reddy pink bricks.
Le bourg 38870 Bressieux