Religious Heritage

The project starts in 1995 with the creation of an association to have a church in Les Saisies. The church was built in 2000 and the first mass was celebrated for 2001 Christmas day. There is mass every Sunday at 18 pm (in winter & summer season)
In the heart of the Beaufortain, at 1150m altitude, Hauteluce is a beautiful and authentic Savoy village. The log cabins and mazots cling to the slope around the church, its bulbous bell tower and its an exceptional tree.
Small hamlet located just before arriving at that of Belleville much larger. Charming Savoyard chalets with flower gardens and a pretty little chapel.
Villard-sur-Doron
Charming Savoyard village located in the Beaufortain between Albertville and Beaufort. It is good to stroll through the narrow streets between gardens, houses and orchards. The church Saint Pierre deserves a visit (baroque eighteenth century).
Hauteluce
In Hauteluce valley every hamlet has his own chapel. The frame & steeple architecture are remarkable.
Very nice little chapel located in the typical St Sauveur hamlet.
Hauteluce
From its little hill this lovely chapel seems to take care of the valley.
A hamlet not to be missed just before arriving at Hauteluce or leaving. Very old log cabins, a small alley full of charm and a remarkable chapel (visible only from the outside) with the Beaufortain massif as a backdrop.
This romane style chapel was built in the 7th century. It is rated as historical monument. It is located in Belleville hamlet at the end of Hauteluce valley.
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 baroque church is famous for its steeple that we call "clocher à bulbe". This monument is dedicated to St Jacques d'Assyrie (1st évêque of Tarentaise).
Small hamlet located between the village of Hauteluce and Belleville. Very beautiful little chapel (visible only from the outside). Some remarkable chalets and mazots.
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.