Small village of Isère about 700 inhabitants, Annoisin-Chatelans takes place a hundred kilometers from Grenoble, in the foothills and the plateau Isle Cremieu. It is located forty kilometers from Lyon, near Leyrieu or Courtenay.
The territory of Annoisin-Chatelans was busy early in the first millennium, as evidenced by the traces found at the site of Larina, an oppidum then a Merovingian camp. Today, the village is still known for its production of goat cheese, as well as for its charming historical heritage to discover during a stay in the region.
This picturesque village has retained its charm over the centuries, continuing to reveal a typical and traditional architecture based include golden stone.