As the local saying goes, ‘in Bièvre-Valloire, we don’t have the chateaux from Loire !’ This is true, however the area is proud to be home to some amazing medieval castles, some of which are part of some of the best routes for family walks. So let’s go back in time, we’ll pretend you’re the queen and I am your knight in shining armour…!’
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. Panoramic view of the Vercors mountains and of the Mont Pilat peak
105 chemin de Bretonnière 38940 MontfalconRead more
In 1260, Philippe 1st of Savoy entrusted the architect Jacques de Saint-Georges with the construction of a castle overlooking the plain of the Bièvre. This building incorporates the elements classified as historic monuments . .
23 rue des Remparts 38260 La Côte-Saint-AndréRead more