From the top of the viaduct

In the Parc Naturel Régional des Volcans d’Auvergne, surrounded by the communes of Ségur-les-Villas, Saint-Bonnet de Condat and Saint-Hyppolite, lies the charming and bustling village of Saint-Saturnin.

 The viaduct of Saint-Saturnin

Ideal for a ride on the Vélorail rail bike

By vélorail, the magnificent scenery stretches as far as the eye can see and takes you through the mountain pastures, ending at the 201 m long, curved Saint-Saturnin viaduct, with its ten arches dating from the early 20th century and a height of 36 metres.

It takes you across the Santoire, a tributary of Dordogne, and Saint-Saturnin reveals a vast and remarkable religious heritage with its 12th century church, its listed porch and its beautiful roadside cross.


Vélorail with the family

Saint-Saturnin, with its charming religious heritage

Its 12th-century church, listed porch and beautiful roadside cross add to the charm of this country village.

The bell tower stands proudly in the centre of the village, a fine example of country architecture, as does its beautiful rustic-style roadside cross, which visitors can admire at the entrance to the village on the bridge over the Lemmet.

Listed church porch

Saint-Saturnin, charming and remarkable for its fishing lake

The charming fishing lake at Saint-Saturnin, classed as a category 1 lake, is ideal for a simple fishing trip with the family or friends in a wonderful setting where you can relax and unwind.