Cap sur Charolles, nicknamed "the Charolais Venice" because of the rivers and canals that cross it. Climb up to the Castle of the Counts of Charolais to enjoy the panoramic view of the old city. At the Priory Museum, a Cluny site, the famous earthenware from Charolles is king, surrounded by medieval sculptures and quality regional paintings. Maybe you would like to treat yourself to a small earthenware piece as a souvenir?
Information on siteOffice de Tourisme de Digoin Val de Loire - BIT de Charolles
24 Rue Baudinot - 71120 - CHAROLLES -
03 85 24 05 95
Last update : 23/06/2015
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