Le Puley


Located in the west of the territory and crossed by the old railroad from Montchanin to Saint-Gengoux, Le Puley is a small, rural village composed of a village and three hamlets. It is also the home of two famous men: Guillaume des Autels, a man of letters and a poet associated with the Pléiade, probably less known than Pontus de Tyard (see Bissy-sur-Fley), who lived in the 16th century. Maxime Descombin is a more contemporary sculptor (1909-2003), born in Le Puley, whose works can be admired in Mâcon (Hommage à Saint-Exupéry at the Musée des Ursulines), Lyon or Grenoble. In the village, don't miss the Romanesque priory of Saint-Christophe-du-Puley, classified as a historical monument, which is the object of voluntary restoration projects organized every summer in order to preserve it. Old quarries, no longer worked, made Le Puley's reputation and many houses in the village testify to the talent of the quarrymen.

A la découverte du Puley

  • Le prieuré, ©Sebgeo

    Le prieuré, ©Sebgeo

  • Arbre de la liberté, ©LucieCaillaud

    Arbre de la liberté, ©LucieCaillaud

  • Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud

    Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud

  • ©LucieCaillaud

    ©LucieCaillaud

  • ©LucieCaillaud

    ©LucieCaillaud

  • Randonnée pédestre, ©LucieCaillaud

    Randonnée pédestre, ©LucieCaillaud

  • Prieuré, ©LucieCaillaud

    Prieuré, ©LucieCaillaud

  • Prieuré, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Prieuré, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Le prieuré, ©Sebgeo
  • Arbre de la liberté, ©LucieCaillaud
  • Lavoir, ©LucieCaillaud
  • ©LucieCaillaud
  • ©LucieCaillaud
  • Randonnée pédestre, ©LucieCaillaud
  • Prieuré, ©LucieCaillaud
  • Prieuré, ©Lucie Caillaud

Pour contacter la mairie :

Mairie
2 place de la Mairie
71460 Le Puley

03 85 49 27 64

mairie-lepuley,wanadoo,fr