The vast hamlet of Belleville is located at the foot of the Col du Joly, at the end of the valley of Hauteluce. It includes a chapel rather important and interesting in its style. It is composed of farm or imposing chalets.
This is the starting point for many hikes and an entry point to the Hauteluce Les Contamines ski area.
All year round, daily.
- Main facilities :
- Historic site and monument
- Visit :
- Tour free of charge
- Historical patrimony :
- Historic patrimony
- Town / Village
- Religious patrimony :
- Religious heritage
- Services :
- Pets welcome
Hameau et chapelle de Belleville
Latitude : 45.773
Longitude : 6.6237
Free of charge.
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