rich and preserved


Religious Sites

Mont Lozere


Saint-Jean-du-Bleymard is 2 km before the Bleymard and was once the Parish. The village has kept its priory and its chapel that the road separates. The fortified priory is well camped on the slope, The Romanesque chapel of the twelfth century, classified as a historical monument in 1979, is a bit below the road. Its "bell tower of torment" during the rough and tormented Lozèrians winters allowed travelers and shepherds when the bells rang to find a landmark and hope to reach a home. The nave has only two bays, covered with a broken cradle vault. The capitals of the engaged columns are decorated with streaks. Four chapels lean against the choir and the nave. The roof of the apse is lower. The ogive portal has four fine balusters