Small village in the Isère region of about 700 inhabitants, Annoisin-Chatelans takes place at a hundred kilometers from Grenoble, on the foothills and the plateau of Isle Crémieu. It is located about forty kilometers from Lyon, not far from Leyrieu or Courtenay.
The territory of Annoisin-Chatelans was occupied from the beginning of the first millennium, as evidenced by traces found on the site of Larina, an oppidum and a Merovingian camp. Today, the village remains known for its production of goat cheese, as well as for its charming historical heritage to discover the time of a stay in the region.
This charming little village has kept all its charm over the centuries, continuing to reveal a typical architecture and traditional based on golden stone.