Vouillé et son architecture rurale

The commune brings together 5 villages located along the Lambon valley. It is from this valley that Vouillé gets its name. Since the 4th century, the Lambon has been home to the first inhabitants, who built several mills, including one with oil, which has disappeared today. Farming and breeding ensured the development of the commune at the beginning of the XXth century. Hemp, grown on site, was transformed into weaving thread. Vouillé keeps today the charm of the villages nestling mansions, longresses, dovecotes and dry stone walls. The hiking trails will make you discover along the shaded venelles the sweetness of life of this valley.

To see: Notre-Dame church (partly from the 12th century), popular E. Pérochon library (the smallest library in France), town hall (former Château de La Barre), Château de La Salmondière and "la Pierre qui vire" ("magic" megalith).



  • Bar cafeteria tea room


  • Shop
  • Media library
Vouillé et son architecture rurale - 79230 VOUILLE

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