Le patrimoine du Guillestrois

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Icône représentant : ruralcellier 1

More informationVillage of Saint-Crépin
Walking down the Rue de l’Archevêché both old entrance gates can be seen, you will notice many beautifully carved stones some depicting vines, grapes and leaves and also homes that formerly served as wineries like this one. The winery housed the wine press, the tank, barrels and utensils necessary for growing grapes and making wine.

Icône représentant : ruralcellier 2

More informationVillage of Saint-Crépin
Walking down the Rue de l’Archevêché both old entrance gates can be seen, you will notice many beautifully carved stones some depicting vines, grapes and leaves and also homes that formerly served as wineries like this one. The winery housed the wine press, the tank, barrels and utensils necessary for growing grapes and making wine.

Icône représentant : ruralForge and Coaching Inn

More informationVillage of Saint-Crépin
The old forge has long been silent from the blacksmith’s hammer but its presence reflects its importance in the village. The village was an important staging post for travellers so the smithies of Saint Crépin had to be able to not only shoe horses but also to repair carriages too.

Icône représentant : ruralFarms

More informationVillage of Réotier
This is a beautiful farmhouse typical of permanent rural dwellings in the villages of Guillestre with a central water fountain. The building is unusual in that it has a tower and an outbuilding with winery and wine press.

Icône représentant : ruralSaint-Crépin

More informationVillage of Saint-Crépin
A small town of 622 inhabitants, Saint-Crépin has plenty of charm. It has still bears the marks of a rich and active past as a staging post, county town ... and has also been able to look to the future by developing an aerodrome, a water sports base and a large business park.

Icône représentant : ruralFerme bourg

More informationVillage of Saint-Crépin
An old farmhouse reflecting the area’s farming past that was the heart of village life not so long ago - today's farms are much further away from the villages. The old buildings have been renovated to provide living accommodation. Look out for the many old and authentic architectural details.

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