At the departure of the hamlet of Sameyriat, take the direction of the belvedere of the Roches : a diving point of view of more than 250 meters on the Ain Valley and the Chambod Island, will arouse your curiosity. By one look, appreciate the harmony in diversity between the river and the cliff.
Some sites reveal scars of Gallo-roman occupation, and the tourist, whatever the way he takes, will always discover with pleasure this plateau scattered with fields cereal-cultures, absolute natural patchwork which encircle the village and the hamlets of Cizod and Sameyriat.
Its typical vineyard houses, its restored habitations and its communal oven make this village a typical village of the Bugey.
To be seen : Typical architecture – Saint-Pierre Church (17th) – Washhouse next to the church