High above the town spectacular views can be had of the river and the town, from near the site of the old Château, of which nothing now remains except the ruins of some of the walls.
We did notice that on this high hill a modern "maison de retraité " has been built and thought the retired residents would need to be very fit and active to enjoy a walk to the Belvédère.
Our stamina failed so we did not make it to the actual viewpoint and took these photos a bit lower down near the Chapelle.
There was very little traffic in the lanes around the Chapelle but there were lots of horses, mostly ridden by very small girls being led by their instructors. On our way down we noticed a sign to a Riding School.
Do keep an eye open for the row of 17thC thatched cottages in the lane to the left of the entrance to the church grounds. All appear tp be lived in and are beautifully kept.