A Tuscan garden and a grotto-come-castle! A "Village of Character", Villecroze's medieval origins are still reflected in its succession of arcades, narrow lanes, fountains and ancient church.
The cliff situated to the north of the village boasts a beautiful waterfall, whose fine mist sprinkles the Tuscan garden lying below. The cliff harbours a grotto, formerly used to shelter the village inhabitants. In the 16th century, the Seigneur de Villecroze converted the grotto into an invincible hideout and decorated its frontage in Renaissance style.
Dernière mise à jour des informations le 29/04/2021