Saint-Martin de Vers a gem in the valley
Nestled in the heart of the Vers Valley, a wild and protected area at the European level under the Natura 2000 designation, Saint-Martin de Vers is a village with a pronounced medieval character.
The village was built around the Saint-Martin church, classified as a Historical Monument since 1979, and is an ancient priory founded by the Marcilhac-sur-Célé Abbey. Wandering through its narrow streets, visitors can discover a magnificent mill, numerous Renaissance windows, and shop arcades.
Saint-Martin de Vers exudes a charm that captivates visitors while maintaining its essence as a tranquil village, far from the bustling tourist hotspots.
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