Sentier de Vialas
1 point of interest
VialasThe temple (Protestant church): in 1612, the Protestant community had this church built at its own expense, several kilometres from Castagnols. Donated to the Catholic community before the Edict of Nantes was revoked, it thus escaped the destruction meted out to Cevenol temples. The Protestants got their church back in 1804.
The secondary school: in 1889, after the so-called Jules Ferry Laws were passed, the primary school with its two classes was completed by a secondary school. This was the first ever in Lozère. In 2005, the establishment, now a boarding school, welcomed 60 pupils from all over the region.
Sentier urbain, prudence. Porter de bonnes chaussures, certains points d’interprétation se trouve au bout d’un sentier qui, en saison, peut être jonché de bogues de châtaignes.
Tourism office Des Cévennes au mont-Lozère, Vialas
This office is part of the National Park's associated tourist-information network, whose mission is to provide information on, and raise awareness of, the sites and events as well as the rules that must be observed in the National Park's central zone. Open July and August
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