Banks of the Saône,
On the banks of the Saône, 17.5 miles from Lyon, on the borders of the Dombes and Lyonnais regions.
Elegant castle built in 1860, creation and former residence of a 19th century well-known architect from the Lyonnais region.
Looking down on the Saône, the castle, under its steep-sided slate covered roof, is flanked by a square tower and a round turret. The building, perfectly restored in 2001, is a harmonious blend of stone and brick, forming a unit consistent with the style of Louis XIII. The façade of the north-west tower bears a statue of the Virgin Mary reiterating the affection of its builder for all things religious which would take him as far as to erect the village chapel.