The village of Lignorelles
- Saint Martin church:
サン・マルタン教会 Lignorelles Saint-Martin’s Built at the end of the XIIth century (side Romanesque door) and at the beginning of the XIIIth century (Gothic style called « primitive »), the building of big volume presents a choir with bevelled corners to the arching called "sexpartite" (in six counter-arches). Curiously, it is endowed with a bell tower only in the XVIIIth century.
By car, bike discover the small country roads to see the churches of the "Pays Chablisien"
http://www.tourisme-chablis.fr/data/pdf/circuit-eglises-ccpc.pdf -French version
Take the direction of Villy.
- a medieval Lime Kiln on the road to go to Beines: lime was used to protect the vines against diseases such as mildew.
Information of the village of Lignorelles : http://www.mairie-lignorelles-89.com/