A charming village with a rich heritage
The fortress of Saint Aulaye founded by Count Pierre de Brémont in the 13th century still preserves its remarkable heritage. Stroll through the village and discover its well preserved ramparts, its delightful narrow streets, an impressive Romanesque church classified as a historical monument, and a bridge dating back to the 8th century. Saint Aulaye is an ideal base for visiting the surrounding villages, all noteworthy for their simplicity and their impressive monuments. Numerous Romanesque churches will delight the amateurs:
- Saint Michel de Rivière
- Puymangou, Ponteyraud
- Saint Privat des Près
The impressive fortified castles of Bourdeilles or Puyguilhem, are very well preserved and are a delight to visit.