Roche de Cuiron
Natural Site

Roche de Cuiron


At this point, one can see the remains of a Gallic oppidum of about 4 ha, once called "Caesar's Camp", surrounded by stone levees and bordered on the west by the cliff. Was it a camp, a village or a place of worship? the mystery remains!
A magnificent observation post on the Bresse near the Col de la Pérouse, a crossing point between the plain and the mountains. For the Celts, was it a border post between Sequanes and Ambarres?
(As a reminder, in 58 BC, 350,000 Helvetii passed through this side of the Jura to cross the Saône towards Trévoux and triggered the Gallic War).
Nearby: Caesar's pot, Caesar's seat

Astronomical observatory of the Signal de Cuiron
Exceptional panorama, which confirms the historical use of this site. (Coligny and Antre rock "observation or smoke signals")

Roche de Cuiron
01250 DROM
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From 01/01/24 to 31/12/24

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