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Cerdon Travel guide
Cerdon : Michelin's recommendations
Nestled in a deep valley, and accessible via the Belvédère de Cerdon or the D 11, this village is renowned for its sparkling rosé wines and its artisanal copperware, which perpetuates an ancestral tradition. Established on the site of an old mill, this local craft has continued since 1854. The Musexpo highlights the stages involved in copper production; workshops are also open to the public. Spend time wandering through Cerdon’s narrow streets, embellished with fountains and stone bridges.