With its rich mining and industrial heritage, Saint-Étienne, the city of Art and History has preserved much of its heritage, particularly from the 19th and 20th centuries. This city has many attractive places to explore, such as museums and beautiful squares.
Viverols is a small village surrounded by green fields and woodland. The first thing you notice as you drive into the village is the castle. The castle itself is closed to the public but you can still walk around it and enjoy the stunning views.
Le Puy en Velay
Le Puy en Velay is the city of pilgrims. The city attracts many hikers as it is one of the most important stopover places along the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The old city centre is particularly breathtaking! The city’s cathedral is positioned on a hill and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mediaeval city is beautifully preserved and has several lovely squares.