Nestled at the foot of the Roche Coche, the flowery village has a heritage worthy of interest. The visitor comes here first to discover the priceless fresco of the Chapelle des Moines dating from the 12th century. Its gypsum deposits, exploited until the end of the 19th century, have left behind some very interesting remains, including 9 plaster kilns, which are being showcased by members of the association Les Amis du Vieux Berzé. In the communal church of Notre Dame de la Purification, dating from the 11th century and modified in the 15th and 18th centuries, you can see 16th century stencil drawings in the choir and the chapels, which are currently being restored. From the promontory of the Roche Coche you can admire the magnificent site of the Lamartine Valley.