A few kilometres from Clamecy, this listed village in the Nièvre region 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 that have kept their staircases, bollards, dormer windows and low stone walls.
Cyclists can take the greenway that runs through the village along the Nivernais Canal, from La Collancelle to Clamecy. Chevroches has a number of gîtes and chambres d'hôtes where you can stay.
The museum in Clamecy displays Gallo-Roman remains discovered during excavations in Chevroches, in particular the zodiacal cap, a unique object in the entire Roman Empire. You can also admire the exceptional collection of posters by a famous inhabitant of Chevroches, Charles Loupot.