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Le Jardin

Discover the small village of Le Jardin.

Near Marcillac-la-Croisille and Champagnac-la-Noaille, lies the little village of Le Jardin.Dominated by the Puy Chaumont, culminating at 685 meters above the sea level, the village sees the Doustre gorges to its west. Its surrounding hamlets are a blend of wooded nature and strong historical heritage.



  • Church Saint-Côme and Saint-Damien :  erected in the 14th century, the church was rebuilt in the 16th century and is located in the cemetery, which is rare to see nowadays. Its stained glass windows were made in the 20th century.
  • The Oak of Sully : this quadricentenary tree, located the hamlet of Puyhabilier, was planted around 1600, following the order of Maximilien of Béthune to plant a tree in all the villages of France. At the time, the trees were places of gathering to listen to the royal and seignorial edicts, but also places of where justice was made. During the French revolution, the trees of Sully (named after Maximilien de Béthune, Duke of Sully) were a symbol of freedom. A reading table is located at the foot of the oak.

  • Hiking trails :“On the paths of Marcouyeux” and “Le Jardin Bourg” are two hiking trails that makes you discover the little treasures and secrets of the village.