WE'LL BE HAPPY TO SHARE OUR BEST PLACES WITH YOU...

 

  • beautiful romanesque churches: Chassiers, Prunet, Sauveplantade...
  • local produce, cooking, restaurants, markets, wines, Neovinum...

 

 

A bit further away

 

The montagne Ardéchoise , the antique site of Alba la Romaine , the Pont du Gard and Anduze...



WHAT IS A CAYRADE,

 

In the old days, the routes muletières were ancient ways which were used to transport  goods from the south towards Le Puy en Velay (wine, silk, salt), by mules. Then muleteers went back south loaded with peas, beans, barley, lentils ... Le mule walking ahead used to be called "le viegi",  and around her neck, there was a cayrade : a bell to guide the others.