The owner will open their doors to let you discover the typical, late 13th century architecture in carrons savoyards (a special kind of brick). Group visits available April 1 to October 30 by reservation only.
This church of the IXth century, reshaped in 1845 and containing two chapels, possesses an opening in the East. Admire magnificent paintings decorating its chorus and its apse and also appreciate the ceiling in wooden panelling in the former, in network.
After several decades of lethargy, the sleeping beauty that is the Cellar of the Ursulines of Thoissey, founded in 1666, finally awakens to become an exhibition room of the Thoisseyan artistic collections.
Listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since 1969, this 11th century stone chapel belonged to the Chaise-Dieu abbey in the early 12th century. The frame has kept its original aspect.
Church of the XIIth century with a bell tower of Romanesque-Byzantine style, rebuilt in 1870 on extension of the nave. Main wealth: arcature of its Romanesque apse forming 7 arcades, 4 of which are adorned with wall frescoes of the 12th century discovered and restored.
Completed in 1872, the Church of Saint Mary Magdalene presents a beautiful architectural unity. It houses a set of 7 paintings by the painter Daniel Sarrabat, dedicated to Mary Magdalene, patron saint of the town. Visits for groups by appointment.
The Aquatic Gardens in St-Didier-sur-Chalaronne comprise 35,000m² of landscaped water gardens with an array of waterfalls, streams and ponds that are home to Koi Carp from Japan, water lilies, lotus plants and a bamboo garden.
Located in the Verne wood near the Crozet mill, this oil mill stopped working after the 1st world war. Communal property, you can discover the ruins of this mill during a walk or a bike ride on the paths of Montceaux.
Restored by the owner between 1995 and 2000 and installed on the river Mâtre, this water mill stopped turning. It was transformed into living house. Discover (only during European Heritage Days) the Moulin neuf located in Messimy-sur-Saône.