Sassangy


To the west of Montagny, beyond the slopes, we come to a farming landscape where pastures have replaced the vines. There is a village composed of a town with a chateau whose origins date back to the 13th century (cannot be visited) and the Romanesque church of Saint-Fiacre whose chancel is said to be the chapel of the former feudal chateau. Lys is the only hamlet of the commune (lavoir des Grottes) stretching between the rocky reliefs that conceal caves certainly inhabited since the Early Neolithic period. The Balade Verte "entre Lys et Bois" (between Lys and the Woods) allows you to discover the hamlet and its striking rocky spur.

A la découverte de Sassangy

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  • Lavoir de Lys, ©Julien Maupoux

    Lavoir de Lys, ©Julien Maupoux

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  • Lavoir de Lys, ©Julien Maupoux
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