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Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei is a beautiful place and well worth a visit. It is a very nice place to stroll on a sunny day.
The Chapelle is on such a stroll and it is in a tranquil setting.
I don’t think that the actual building is amazing...More
I love this little chapel in the middle of the green, so much I took my wedding dress and had wedding pics taken outside the chapel. walk up to the church for an amazing view down the river, then visit the bar on the corner...More
I can understand that this is one of the most beautiful villages in France. The church has been built on top of a hill overlooking the river and the old stone bridge. All on walking distance. Recommended.
This town is the jewel of the Alpes Mancelles – St Ceneri Le Gerei. It was a gorgeous little stone village with a river running through the middle. After lunch I wandered down to the small 15th century St Ceneri chapel sitting alone in a...More
This is a delightful church located at the heart of a picturesque village much loved by artists both historically and today. The numbers of visitors can be high so early morning is recommended. Do take time to visit the church interior, full of history with...More
We were camping near Alencon and needed mechanical repairs to our Camper and whilst waiting a local man said it was essential to visit this village which was among the 10 most beautiful villages in France.
Rather similar to our beautiful Cotswold Villages, hidden on...More
I'm amazed there aren't more reviews for the village, listed as one of the most beautiful in France and very much living up to it. Perhaps that's because all you find under the name is this small chapel out in the fields, under which most...More
The Romanesque chapelle is lovely and beautifully restored. It is located at the top of the hill with a beautiful view of the river and charming village below. The town is known for its art festival every year and many artists live in the area....More
Listed as one of the 100 mostbeautifulvillakgesi France, it certainly does not disappoint. The chapel in the valley is fascinating as is the main church.note the reference to the brother of St Cenerie, St Generie who spent most of his life in Saulges.