Less than thirty years old, this unique archeological site continues to increase in popularity
It is a place where vestiges of the past can be found and where living conditions from a thousand years ago can be experienced through the various craft workshops run (potters, weavers and thatchers).
In the course of the excavations that were carried out between 1979 and 1986, 9 Gallo-roman vaults, 342 Merovagian graves, silos and holes made by posts were found and recalled the existence of a post Carolingian settlement.
Guided tour every Sunday at 3 p.m. and the workshops are suitable for adults and children alike.
From March to November :
The site is open every day (except on Mondays) from 9am to noon and 2pm to 6pm
(2pm to 6pm at week ends and on public holidays)
From November to March :
open only for groups on reservation.
Adults: 5€50 - Children: 4€50
Bread baked in cob ovens: 1€ per small loaf
Bronze casting: 15€50 for a party of 15 people.