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Esplanade de Barrouze, Salers

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Observation Deck
If you're looking for a panoramic view of the Puy Violent and Maronne valley, Esplanade de Barrouze is a lookout that provides this and more. You will have to walk a short distance up the path to get to the very top because it is not accessible by car. Thankfully, the path is lit up at night to allow easy access and spectacular views of the night sky and valleys below. Small sunken gardens will delight plant lovers and tall trees make this an ideal place to find shade in hot weather. The park has a merry-go-round for children and benches for resting. Add Esplanade de Barrouze and other attractions to your Salers trip itinerary using our Salers vacation generator.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We are ballads in atypical alleys. A village out of charming time. beautiful place
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  • We can't spend Salers without having a look a this esplanade. An amazing panoramic view, a quiet space and an invigorating air. Missing just a plan to identify the visible elements.
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  • Salers is really worth to go once! Go in the summer because then all shops open! You have beautiful views and in summer a carousel for the children. You can hours continue to look at the beautiful view.
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Google
  • Superb hosts, great breakfast, views and a nice town.
  • Very nice very nice, and very very friendly. Very nice bed and breakfast.
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  • Lovely people, very good rooms a very warm not to be missed!
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