Take the time to discover this beautiful region, with its varied landscapes between the ponds of the Dombes and the vineyards of the Beaujolais.
Castle of Fléchères
Groupes sur rendez-vous du 1er /04 au 11/11 Découvrez ses cheminées sculptées, ses salons meublés Louis XV, ses cuisines, ses superbes fresques italiennes. Sans oublier son parc !
Fléchères is the largest château open to visitors in Dombes & Saône and the environ s of Lyon. Built between 1606 and 1625 and preserved intact, it offers an exceptional vision of the life of the nobility of Lyon in the 17th century.
Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne is located between Dombes and Bresse and is characterized by its commercial dynamism, the richness of its history and heritage and the beauty of its natural surroundings. It is a part of Ain that is well worth a visit.
A visit to this magnificent walled medieval city is like taking a step back in time. Parts of Pérouges date from the 13th and 14th centuries and it is one of the most beautifully preserved historic villages in France.
The first oenology park in the Beaujolais. It's a fascinating visit through the world of winegrowing and winemaking with shows, attractions and wine tasting. New in 2023: an immersive music show experience!
With nearly 3,000 species of birds, the Parc des Oiseaux is the largest and most important ornithological park in Europe and with over 40 years experience the bird park offers visitors a world full of fascination and discovery in a scenic setting.
Ars, Shrine Town and Trévoux, land of Art and History
Come here by boat, or take a scenic drive through Ain, and find you could happily spend hours just wandering along the river bank. Trévoux is a charming Renaissance-style town in the Saône Valley, just north of Lyon, which will take you on a journey back in time.
Lions, lemurs, giraffes, rhinoceroses, hippos... they're all here! After a tour of the zoo, it's time for the attractions and water park. All in all, a great time for all the family, and plenty of good memories to take home with you.