The castle or Pantier Montpentier: fortified house of the late Middle Ages (fourteenth-fifteenth centuries).
The Church of St. Gal: Romanesque origin. Its uniqueness is certainly outside its octagonal bell tower topped by an arrow pierced polychrome tiles.
Near the church, one guesses building density, and the curve of the main street, this area of the village was once fortified. Today a walk through the village is needed to better assess the quality of its rural architecture (wine growers' houses to outdoor steps, pigeon, etc.).
Customs: to the left of the church are the benches of the "rent", where the workers came to be placed for field work.
A 2 km south, is the town that has Mareugheol in the town center a strong villagers : it forms an almost perfect square of 65 m square with four round towers at the corners.
In the same direction 2 km further, the castle of Villeneuve- Lembron was built in the late 15th century. It is built around a square courtyard with four towers at each corner and surrounded by moats. Amazing murals in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Continuing to 2 km south is visible the village of Chalus. The castle is reported from the 10th century and has an old cadastral chapel of Roman origin altered several times. At the foot of the hill towards Gignat is the Sainte-Madeleine chapel built in arkose and basalt. The winemaker tradition continues in this village ( Auvergne wine)
Still in the south to 6 km, the wine village of Boudes ( Auvergne Boudes wine coast ) has many features with its church classified historical monuments ( 12th century ) opening the " Quartier des Forts ". Furthermore it is possible to visit a territory that covers 27 ha, classified sensitive natural area by the General Council of Puy-de-Dôme, called " Valley of Saints," alternating a dry forest and training remarkable geological : fairy chimneys, circuses and multicolored cliffs. For this a 5.8 km circuit was built on which is also present a salty source.
10 km to the southwest, the village of Saint Gervazy has a 13th century castle that houses a museum of the horse toy.
Head south about 10 km, is the village of Vichel dominated by the peak of Montcelet the remarkable panorama, on top of which a tower ( remains of a fortress of the 9th and 10th centuries ) was restored.
Southeast side about ten kilometers from the top of the hill of Nonette, another breathtaking panorama offers an almost aerial view of the village and Lembron. In the village, the Horts park is home to several species of trees.
Besides churches and castles visible throughout the Lembron Community of Communes Val d'Allier are present numerous fountains and dovecotes or restored bread ovens. In this area where vines had and still has a recognized place, it is possible to contemplate typical winegrowers' houses.