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Chateau des Anglais

To find the start of the walk, drive from the village of Autoire. It's a winding road up hill about... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
Leeds, United Kingdom
A lovely, quaint village

We cycled down the side of the cirque into the village. Definitely worth a visit. The... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
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D38, Autoire, France
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

To find the start of the walk, drive from the village of Autoire. It's a winding road up hill about two kilometres with the sight of the impressive rock to the right. Parking at Siran, also signposted to the ferme (Angora goats) Lovely walk to...More

Thank YorkshireHill
Reviewed 30 July 2017

We cycled down the side of the cirque into the village. Definitely worth a visit. The architecture and quaint roofs, particularly, are delightful. The church is brilliant in hot weather! ;-) There is a good circular walk around the top of the village, if you...More

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Reviewed 29 June 2017

Lovely area to explore. groves of walnut trees, meadows, barley fields. Autoire is full of fascinating architecture; surprisingly numerous manoirs, and chateaux for such a small village, and a great restaurant opposite a wine merchant keen to offer tasting. You can walk to the waterfall...More

Thank Christine E
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

We discovered a new car park, I guess built by the Marie in Loubressac. Leaving Loubressac, follow the road due south passing the campsite, for about two miles you come upon a minor road with signage (very small signage) on the left which includes the...More

Thank Andrew J
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Autoire is easy to find of the D38. Not far from Bretenoux. An ancient French town that is perfectly preserved. One small Logis hotel in the centre. Nice 2k walk to a waterfall and back. Lovely local wine shop where we bought some great Malbec.

Thank garethbryon41
Reviewed 14 September 2016

If you are in the area this is one of the places not to miss, sitting in the bottom of a small limestone valley, it is probably one the most photographed places in the area. There is a waterfall further up the valley and you...More

Thank Robert R
Reviewed 2 September 2016

Pleasant old building to mooch around. Walk to waterfall and up to viewing point to get a feel for the area.

Thank Heather W
Reviewed 2 August 2016

Lovely little village with interesting architecture of many years past. It not high architecture but very pretty all the same. The waterfall (cascade) is well worth the visit - but is very busy with people taking snaps. After wet weather I'm sure the cascade would...More

Thank beardy-t
Reviewed 22 June 2016

Beautiful little village, so common in France. After a little walk around the village and waterfall visit don't forget to visit viewing point above the Autoire. You can go by a car from Autoire to a little hamlet called Siran. There is a free parking...More

Thank Radovan M
Reviewed 18 June 2016

Pay your 2 euros for parking, enjoy the pretty village, maybe have an ice cream, the take a very pleasant 1.5 km signed walk to the 'cascade' . This was the best.

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12 November 2015|
Response from julian H | Reviewed this property |
Not quite sure as to whether it is possible to walk from the village but I drove up and out of the village about a good mile and parked up, where it is possible to walk to the falls on your right but is a bit rough. There... More