It’s a village in Beaujolais region which is famous for the wine. It’s registered in one of the most beautiful villages in France. As the people use gold stones for the buildings, you can find a specific landscape. When you visit a tower, you can see the beautiful regional view. You can find over 200 Creches which is the monument shows the scene of the birth of Christ during the Christmas season.
It’s necessary to visit the village by car.
★Before visit the village, go to Puits St. There is a wine shop where you can buy and taste the Beaujolais wine. Continue to walk on the street for 5 minutes.
②Tourist Information Center and Mechanical Music Museum
Musée De La Musique Mécanique
Time required: 30 min / Admission fee: 0 euro
Opening hour: 3 pm – 7 pm between Friday and Sunday
Close: between Monday and Thursday
★Go back the street and enter the village by a gate. Go to Paul Causeret St and turn right when you arrive at a parking of the city hall. Go through a path and turn right to visit a tower. It takes 10 minutes.
Time required: 20 min / Admission fee: 1.50 euros
Opening hour: 3 pm – 7 pm on weekend and national holidays between April and October (it’s open everyday in July and August)
Close: when the wind is strong, it’s closed
★Visit a church in the square. To visit, there is an esplanade on the left of the church.
Time required: 15 min / Admission fee: 0 euro
Opening hour: 10 am – 6 pm
★Go to Eglise St and turn left to go to Trayne St. Although you return to the street to go out, go thorough a small tunnel in Paul Causeret St.
⑤Tyre Laine Street
Time required: 10 min / Admission fee: 0 euro
★Leave from the village.