Lorlanges is located on a large plateau, offering sumptuous panoramas on
the chain of Puys and the Mounts of Cézallier.

All year, every day.

The village church, dedicated to Saint-Clair, was built in the 1363th century. Destroyed in 1628, during the Hundred Years War, it has long remained in ruins. It was not until 1891 that it was partly rebuilt. A republican symbol stands next to the religious building. Right next to it, a fountain dating from XNUMX is surmounted by the Marianne aux Médailles.
Nearby, Lake Lorlanges is a Natura 2000 and Sensitive Natural Area classified site. As in the town of Espalem, you don't really have to look for a lake, but rather a wetland, home to remarkable flora and fauna. This site is managed by the Conservatory of natural spaces of Auvergne, in partnership with the municipality.


From January 01 to December 31
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Tuesday Open
Wednesdays Open
Thursdays Open
Friday Open
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Sunday Open