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Village de Saint Zacharie

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Town / Village in Saint-Zacharie
  • Saint Zacharie is rightfully called ‘the fountains village'. It is watered by 16 fountains adorning public places, most of them erected by the mid 19th century.
    Saint Zacharie is one of the access doors to the Sainte Baume Mountain.
    The village has also other various elements of heritage :
    The ‘Saint Jean Baptiste church', (inscribed to the additional Ancient monuments inventory) with parts dating from the 11th century, the ‘Holy shoe of the Virgin' relic (named 'Lou San Sabatoun' in...
    Saint Zacharie is rightfully called ‘the fountains village'. It is watered by 16 fountains adorning public places, most of them erected by the mid 19th century.
    Saint Zacharie is one of the access doors to the Sainte Baume Mountain.
    The village has also other various elements of heritage :
    The ‘Saint Jean Baptiste church', (inscribed to the additional Ancient monuments inventory) with parts dating from the 11th century, the ‘Holy shoe of the Virgin' relic (named 'Lou San Sabatoun' in Provencal language).
    The ‘Saint Clair chapel', dating from the 16th century
    The ‘Penitents chapel', (inscribed to the additional Ancient monuments inventory), dating from 1844: woodworks of the choir, stalls, preach-pulpit, stand with balustrade, communion gate...

    The Farouquette: this house was offered by Reda Caire (a famous French singer of the 1930's and 1940's) to his mother, in 1934.
    Accessible for disabled
  • Environment
    • In centre of town
    • Town location
Services
  • Equipment
    • Car park
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
Openings
Openings
  • All year 2022
    Opened Everyday