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From Morestel, the painters city, to the literature village of Brangues, this loop combine the arts and the sport with the biking routes.
The museum in Aoste trace the history of the village during the Gallo Roman era, when the village was very important because of it situation between Vienne and Italy. The exhibitions explains about the organization of the society, the production activities and the religious rituals, the handicraft and particularly the ceramic.
Morestel, the painters city, built on a headland dominated by a medieval city, welcomed numerous painters from the 19th century, and it take it’s name from the painters. The city was a fortified town, with the dungeon and a viewpoint indicator, a nice city garden and an heritage route.
Brangues, ators city, in the Morestel area, Brangues is the literature village, because it has the print of two autors. In one hand it’s where was held the “berthed case” the case which Stendhal took inspiration from for his novel The Red and The Black. In a second hand Paul Claudel decides to live in this small village along the Rhône river. The castle is private and still belong to the Paul Claudel family. But you can acceed to his grave, built in a Japanese garden, during the Heritage Days. An exhibition named Claudel-Stendhal mentions the links between the two writers.
If you want more fun you can visit the Walibi amusement park, situated in les Avenières.
From 01/01 to 31/12.
Subject to favorable weather.