We take you to discover the village of Vézénobres, a mecca of regional heritage, perched at an altitude of over 200 meters. Browse these small medieval streets that will transport you from one monument to another, from the eleventh century to the twenty-first century.
To discover in Vézénobres
Among the emblematic places of the village, you will find the street of Romanesque houses, composed of dwellings of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Its Romanesque architecture is unique in France. Two castles dominate the place: the castle Fay-Perault, 800 years old and of which unfortunately only ruins remain perfectly evoking the sad wars of religion, and the impressive castle Girard, built during the Hundred Years War and currently hosting the House of Fig and Tourism.
In the main street, it is the clock tower that attracts the eye and rings the hours to the rhythm of the day.
Good to know
To access the village, you need good shoes and climb at least sixty steps. Be careful in summer, it gets very hot very quickly. Think well of hats, caps and especially have a water bottle.