Built by the Chalaisian monks in 1101, this church is a very beautiful building of Romanesque art close to primitive Cistercian art. It is listed in the supplementary inventory of Historical Monuments. Its polychrome keystone is not to be missed.
Additional information : Contact the site in advance for suitable parking. Human assistance for people with reduced mobility necessary for access to the church.
Tips and Suggestions:
In addition to visiting the Church of the Abbey, the walk to the belvedere (1 hour return) is ideal with a view of the Isère valley and the Vercors and Belledonne mountains. Opportunity to also discover the Chalais biscuit shop.
- Groups welcome
- Average duration of the group visit: 15 min
- Average duration of the individual visit: 15 min
- Groups welcome up to 40 people.
Visit outside of religious services. For groups reservation at reception (only one group at a time in the church)
- Groups welcome
Individual visit services
- Unguided individual tours permanently
Group visits services
- Unguided group visits on request
No visits during religious services.
- Public toilets
- Orientation table
- Parking nearby
- Coach access
- Adapted benefits for mental impairment
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
- Reserved place for people with reduced mobility
- WC + grab bar + circulation space
- Presence of pictograms and/or simplified visuals of suitable signage (texts/images)
- Reception staff made aware of the reception of people with disabilities
- Physical disability
- Language spoken: English
Home of animals
- Animals accepted: No
A40 Grenoble-Lyon motorway, exit 13 Voreppe.
SNCF station in Voreppe.