From Boyeux, you will see the principal hamlets of the town. Cross the village : little streets lead you to a former pump used by the fireme, to the communal oven, little stone construction, then they go up between the houses.
A detour appears obvious by the hamlet of Saint-Jérôme to discover its church from the 16th century, of gothic style with a frontage graded Historical Monuments, its portal, and its choir with gothic windows.
Overhanging Châtillon de Cornelle, a gothic chapel (15th), graded at the additional stock list of Historical Monuments, a castle (12th) and its remains of barbican, bases or ramparts and tours will arouse your curiosity.
Surrounded by vineyards, you will find here the steepest hills of the Pays du Cerdon – Vallée de l’Ain. Have a break in one of the cellars where wine-growers will be happy to introduce you to agricultural world and to their know-how.
To be seen : Castle of Cornelle – Chapel of Châtillon de Cornelle – Church of Saint-Jérôme