The monastery of Chartreuse St Sauveur, listed monument and unmissable site in the region, is a 15th century flamboyant Gothic masterpiece. During the visit you will discover the great cloister, one of the biggest in France, the small cloister, flamboyant Gothic masterpiece, the chapel...
Built on the edge of the town between 1451 and 1459 thanks to the legacy of a rich cloth merchant from Villefranche, Vezian Valette, the monastery of Chartreuse St Sauveur is a 15th century flamboyant Gothic masterpiece. This ensemble enables one to understand how the monks lived at the heart of a charter house and to admire the precious heritage: the small cloister, the chapel and its magnificent decorated stalls, the refectory, the great cloister against which years ago the hermitages and were built that encircle the cemetery and the secrets of the community...
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GPS coordinates lat. 44° 20' 41" - long. 2° 1' 59"
- From 01 january 2019 to 31 december 2019
- Car park
- Coach parking
- Free guided tour for groups
- Visite libre
- Physical impairment
Rates and reservations
- Visite guidée groupe adultes / personne (Tarif pour minimum 20 personnes, hors dimanche et jours fériés) : 4.5 €
- Holiday voucher
Place : Chartreuse St Sauveur (groupes) Avenue Vézian Valette, 12200 Villefranche-de-Rouergue Telephone 33 (0)5 65 45 13 18 Fax 33 (0)5 65 45 55 58 E-mail email@example.com Website http://www.tourisme-villefranche-najac.com