The "abandoned" village of Clédat
Only a few magical beings still seem to inhabit Clédat...
Abandoned in the 1960s, the village is now accessible via a forest track (accessible by car). Once a place of welcome for pilgrims and travellers, today the chapel, restored in the early 2000s, and a thatched cottage stand amidst the remains of the village.
In the vicinity of the village: the Ste Madeleine fountain, the Rocher viewpoint, the Sape de Maquisards, the Gallic Tumulus.