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Bon Repos Chapel

The Chapel Notre-Dame de Bon Repos stands on a promontory along the path connecting the Chazelet village to Les Fréaux.
Its date of construction is uncertain, but it probably dates back to the eighteenth century.
It is a place of worship and memory.

 

Passable in Summer only because the trail is steep.

 

Overtures :

From 01/06 to 01/11, daily.
Because the trail is relatively steep, access to the chapel is only passable during the Summer and by dry weather.

 

 


La Grave
05320 La Grave

 

Phone : 04 76 79 90 05

The holy Anne Oratory of Le Chazelet

L'oratoire Saint-Anne du Chazelet - La Grave - © © OTHV / J. Selberg

La Grave

04 76 79 90 05

The holy Anne Oratory of Le Chazelet

The Saint-Anne Oratory of Chazelet has tree stars in the MICHELIN Green Guide. It offers a magnificent view over the Meije Massif.

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Notre-Dame de l’Assomption church

Eglise Notre-Dame de l'Assomption - La Grave - © © OTHV / J. Selberg

La Grave

04 76 79 90 05

Notre-Dame de l’Assomption church

The church was built around the 11th century. It is the oldest monument in the area and has been a listed building since 1959. With the Pentitents Chapel it forms a beautiful architectural complex at the heart of the village of La Grave.

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The Grand Tour of La Grave Villar-d'Arène

A classic cross-country route, this lovely loop takes you through all the hamlets of La Grave. On a balcony path on the south facing slopes of la grave, you have the very best view of La Meije and its glaciers.

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The Penitents Chapel

Chapelle des Pénitents Blancs - La Grave - © © OTHV / J. Selberg

La Grave

04 76 79 90 05

The Penitents Chapel

The White Penitents' Chapel dates back to the 17th century. It stands out beautifully next to the parish church Our Lady of the Assumption,within the cemetery walls.

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La Grave is a mountain village with a rich past. The rural population was very pious and the architectural heritage of the various religious bulildings add to the picturesque charm of the sites.

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