Small medieval village of Haute-Loire, above the Allier, Chilhac takes place on a cliff, just fifty kilometers from the tourist town of Puy-en-Velay. It is located near Blassac, Aubazat and Langeac, in the heart of a particularly dry micro-climate.
Populated since prehistoric times, the territory of Chilhac has been quietly developed until the wars of religion with Protestant attacks in the course of the 16th century. Formerly focused on agriculture and livestock, the small town is now turned to tourism, unveiling to visitors passing a charming architectural heritage, as well as unique and preserved landscapes.
Fans of outdoor sports and nature will be delighted with this space and will enjoy a peaceful life during their holidays in the region.