This picturesque village is situated on a hillside, overlooking the valley in part of Chalaux. The occupation of Chalaux dates back to antiquity. Much later, Chalaux witnessed the defeat of the Normans in 840, following a battle that took place in dishes, Hamlet no longer depends on the town now. The parish church is built on a spur of the mountain The Pommerée and dominates the village, building once dedicated to Saint Germain and now Saint Fiacre, an Irish monk.
Mi River, mid stream, the river rises near Chalaux Floor-en-Morvan, Chaumeçon feeds the lake and ends in Lake Crescent. A beautiful trail along the river. When water releases, caution is required. This route is popular with fishermen and minnow toc handled.
The Chalaux sometimes takes the appearance of a torrent which allowed him to receive large kayak competitions in 2005 and 2008.
Tip: Check out this river rafting or hydro, accompanied by qualified instructors.