Chapelle Saint-Romain
Natural Site

Chapelle Saint-Romain


Round trip trail
Time : 0h30
Distance: 1.5 km
Difference in altitude: +70m
Yellow markings

Let the scent of the box trees guide you around Saint-Romain de Roche and discover its Romanesque chapel, its belvederes, its marble quarry and its Chemin du Facteur. Probably dating from the 13th century, the Saint-Romain chapel stands on a rocky promontory overhanging the Bienne valley by more than 350 metres. A majestic site, with a unique panorama, that will delight lovers of heritage and landscapes!

ACCESS: Go to Pratz (15-20 minutes from Saint-Claude, direction Lons-le-Saunier / Moirans-en-Montagne / Lavans-lès-Saint Claude) then take the D300 following the sign for "Site et Chapelle Saint-Romain". Go as far as the large car park at the entrance to the hamlet of Saint-Romain-de-Roche and park. Continue on foot to the Saint-Romain chapel. The Saint-Romain chapel has been listed as a Historic Monument since 1931.

GPS coordinates latitude N 46.364030 / longitude E 5.750873

Chapelle Saint-Romain
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