Un tailleur de pierre vous fait découvrir son village ...
An offbeat one-and-a-half-hour tour. Discover the architecture
and medieval history of a feudal village accompanied by
Saint Montan’s very own stonecutter.
Two possibilities :
A travel of 1 hour through defensive walls and defence systems of a medieval village dating from the 11th and 13th century with a stone cutter. A pedagogical and commented discovery about architecture, materials and techniques of that time.A pedagogical discovery followed by a demonstration of stone cutter (30 mn).
A visit of the shrine of Saint-Montan (roman church, miraculous fountain, water upsurges, Grotte called Grotte de Lourdes. Hermitage. Sport or walking shoes are needed).
The visit is adapted to children and they feel involved.
You can book to the following number : 06 62 05 83 62 for groups over 8 persons.
Meeting point at the beginning of the rue Poterne (behind the church of the village), 10 mn before the time you have chosen.
Porte du Cez
Devant le restaurant La Robe Rouge
DD (decimal graduation)
latitude : 44.440399
longitude : 4.623631
From 01/04 to 31/10/2021, daily.
Free entry for children < 4 years.
Bank/credit card, Cheque, Cash