Things to see and do - Saint-Véran
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Saint-Véran Travel guide
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At an altitude of 2 040m, St-Véran is the "highest village in which God's bread is eaten", as one of its 15 sundials reminds visitors; it is also one of the most beautiful villages in France. Built entirely of wood and stone, its chalets have vast storage lofts and long galleries where cereals continued to ripen after the harvest. Each of its six districts is isolated from the other to avoid the risk of fire. The last village in the valley, this is the departure point for some magnificent walks.
Tourist attractions Saint-Véran : Things to see and do
F - 05350 St-Véran
Soum means "summit", reflecting the fact that the Forannes district is the town's high point. Built in 1641 this house has escaped damage from fire, historically the scourge of St-Veran. The village's oldest house, it is a fine example of Q..