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The abbey is very interesting, and has a lot of the features you would expect from a French abbey. We were luck to hear the organ being played live, which was a bonus.
The museum was closed when we visited (on a Tuesday) but looked...More
I was totally surprised at the size of the beautiful stone cathedral at the Abbey. I assumed it would be a much smaller, simpler structure. The grounds and area were magnificent. One can only imagine how beautiful it was in its day with the friars...More
This was not our destination, but a great place to stop by. The medieval town is one of the most beautiful villages in France with a gorgeous church at the entrance of the village. It is definitely worth spending time strolling around the church as...More
Whenever we travel in France , we try to visit one of ''the Most Beautiful Villages of France'' and Saint-Antoine l'Abbaye in one of them . We went there in September when the weather was gorgeous and we spent a few hours visiting the village...More
Home grounds of the Order of the Hospitallers (medieval order contemporary with the Templars who fought alongside each other during the Crusades). Beautiful Church and churchgrounds (were in process of renovation), as well as very interesting garden plus exhibition about medicinal plants used in preparing...More