Hamlet and chapel of Saint SauveurHauteluce,
On the northern slope of the Hauteluce valley, below the Outray mountain St Sauveur deserves a visit if only for its chapel (visible only from the outside). It also offers a breathtaking view of the village of Hauteluce.
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
Phone : +33 4 79 38 21 64
- Spoken language(s) :
Hameau et chapelle de Saint Sauveur
Latitude : 45.752
Longitude : 6.5979
Free of charge.
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