We heard crazy stories in these old stones, come here and listen….

12 villages and a past written in stones

Towns like Lompras, Ourcières, Chavalières, Trossagne, Jonas, L’Arbre, Chananeille, Le Fayet, Lissert, Chastre, La Mont et la Borie are grouped to create Saint-Pierre-Colamine. Lompras is the main market town.

Jonas' cave, a town in a cliff

Mankind has built in rocks into a tuff cliff, stone originating from volcanic eruptions, a wren site: Jonas’ cave.
A long time ago it was a welcoming living place, a real town with its organization, its chapel and its castle. You can also discover its strange rock castle and a roman chapel which frescos are still visible.

Discover Jonas' cave

Jonas cave site in Saint-Pierre-Colamine

Jonas cave site in Saint-Pierre-Colamine

Perched on the Saint-Pierre peak, a chapel

Climb until the summit of Saint-Pierre Peak and you’ll discover a restored chapel built during 9th / 10th century. You can also discover the old church’s vestiges and the old cemetery and its headstones.

The place is peaceful and the view above Sancy Mounts and Puys chain is wonderful. The contemplation can begin!

Discover the Saint-Pierre Peak

Chapel of Pic Saint-Pierre, Saint-Pierre-Colamine

Chapel of Pic Saint-Pierre, Saint-Pierre-Colamine

Unusual built heritage

Come and discover the pagan Calvary (listed as Historical Monument), near the market town of Lompras.

The Saint-Verny Cross (listed as Historical Monument) on the Lompras road to the cemetery or the public oven in Ourcières.

View from the Pic Saint-Pierre

View from the Pic Saint-Pierre

The Pagan Calvary of Saint-Pierre-Colamine

The Pagan Calvary of Saint-Pierre-Colamine

View from the Pic Saint-Pierre

View from the Pic Saint-Pierre

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  • Massif du Sancy
  • Les Grottes de Jonas

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