The Saint Michel priory of Grandmont, a jewel of roman architecture of the 12th and 13th centuries, was built near a Neolithic era site. Visiting the park will allow you to discover dolmens and prehistoric megaliths. On your route you will cross: ducks, goats, and even deer.
The pinnacle of this visit is the Coste-Rouge dolmen (3000 BC). The legend is that monks used this dolmen to provide medical care.
The Coste-Rouge dolmen in the priory park.
The cloister of the Saint Michel priory of Grandmont
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