Reduced mobility adaptation
Capital of a castellany, Saint Sorlin and its castles became a city of wine growers in the 18th century. The stone houses adorned with rosebushes, the 16th century fresco representing St Christopher or the view of the Rhône invite you to travel back in time.
During your walk you will be able to discover: vineyard houses, a sober 12th century church later remodeled, beautiful 19th century washhouses, the ruins of the large castle and the castle of Cuchet, the castle of Molard perched at the end of the village or that of La Durandière from the 18th century, very close to the ViaRhôna, below.
Discover the village thanks to an original creation of the tourist office, the free audio guided tour "Saint Sorlin en Bugey, the pretty winegrower's town" on the IziTravel application.
Public toilets are located at the 1st car park along the same road
Public toilets open from March 15 to November 15 (closed in winter due to water cut off)
- Religious Heritage
- Historical patrimony
- Chateau fort
- Medieval city
- To see her
- Historic District
- Ruins and remains
- City Village
- Historic site and monument
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
- Pet Friendly
- Public toilets
The village can be visited every day freely