St-Dalmas-le-Selvage is worth a visit, with its parish church having a fine eighteenth-century steeple and preserves two triptychs of the XVI century (of the Virgin and St. Pancras). The parish church was a dependence of the Benedictine abbey of Pedona. The buildings of the historical centre ( XVIII century) have the typical roofs with larch shingles and beautiful sundials. […]

The Chapelle de Dromont

Just beyond the pass of Le Malpas, there is the Chapelle de Dromont, with a crypt dating back to the Merovingian epoch (VII century). The church preserves fragments of Carrara marble of roman epoch and it stands on a pre-Christian temple. The village of St-Geniez also has ancient origins, it stands on a roman villa of the V century. […]