A few kilometres from Clamecy, this listed village in the Nièvre is built on a hillside above the Nivernais canal. This locality, where stone quarries were exploited for a long time, has a church, walls and remarkable quarrymen's houses which have kept their staircases, their milestones and their low stone walls.
Cyclists can take the greenway that crosses the village along the Canal du Nivernais. This route extends from La Collancelle to Clamecy.
In the museum of Clamecy are exposed the Gallo-Roman remains discovered during excavations in Chevroches and the works of a famous inhabitant of Chevroches, the poster artist Charles Loupot.