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Heritage circuit

The heritage circuit takes you around the old village of Saint Martin discovering its monuments and the places that were important in yesteryear village life. Leaving from the parish church, there are 12 stopovers which immerse you into Saint Martin’s past.

Discovery of the circuit

At each point on the circuit there is a QR-code to be flashed which provides photos and commentary about the places visited.

To access the information

If you have a smartphone or tablet: download a QR-code reader on App Store or Google Play. Scan the codes on the signposts that are spread along the circuit.

If you don’t have a smartphone or table: The Tourist office will lend you the necessary equipment free of charge (but with a breakage deposit) or will give you a map and written summary that you can follow.

Follow the guide!

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10 - Villarencel Chapel

The commune of Saint Martin de Belleville consists of 22 villages and hamlets, almost all of whi...

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04 - The Dairy

Milk was the main income for the upper part of the Vallée des Belleville and its inhabitants. T...

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02 - Hôtel Lachenal

One of the first places to open to the public, this former guesthouse, which is now the ‘Hôtel-R...

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12 - Notre Dame de la Vie Sanctuary

17th Century work of art, the Notre Dame de la Vie Sanctuary watches over the Vallée des Bellevi...

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07 - Rue du Pavé Street

This steep street was, in the olden days, the main village street and was the site of numerous s...

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03 - La Villette's washing trough

Fountain, trough, washing point or "bachal" as they were called in the Savoy, this water point w...

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01 - Saint Martin church

Reconstructed and enlarged between 1650 and 1750, the Saint Martin church is typical of the Tare...

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00 - Traditional housing

Belleville housing is charaterised by its high stone facades, covered in a rendering called "gri...

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08 - Town hall and school

Situated in the heart of the village, this building was purchased by the Town Council in 1840 fo...

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05 - Communal oven

In the Vallée des Belleville, each village had their own bread oven, or "communal oven". All th...

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09 - Chez Babert

Like all the villages, Saint Martin had a heart - its church - and two lungs : the bar-grocers "...

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06 - Ligeon grocery store

In Saint Martin, Ali Baba's cave was called "Chez Ligeon". This old fashioned grocery store, wh...


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