Villeneuve-en-Montagne


In the heart of the farmland, in a hilly landscape overlooking the valley of the Canal du Centre and the valley of the Dheune, Villeneuve-en-Montagne offers a vast, extended territory, consequence of the merger with the commune of La Chapelle-de-Villard pronounced in 1846 by a royal edict of Louis Philippe. The renovated Romanesque church and the town hall stand side by side in this long village, which follows the ridge on which it is located. Villeneuve-en-Montagne is an ideal starting point for beautiful trails, whether on foot, on horseback or by bicycle. You will pass through quiet hamlets and enjoy the charm of the Verrière stream with its beautiful views of the Dheune. The term "mountain" may be a little exaggerated, but with the village reaching a height of around 460 m, one should not ignore the many slopes that might give a "sporty" aspect to your outings.

A la découverte de Villeneuve-en-Montagne

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

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  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

    Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud

  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
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  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud
  • Villeneuve-en-Montagne, ©Lucie Caillaud