From the Croix de Chavanne, enjoy a magnificent panorama over the Albanian plain, the Grand Colombier, the Bauges massif and the Fier river which winds and rushes into the valley of the Val de Fier to throw itself into the Rhône.
The ruins of the chapel (or Saint-André church) would be the remains of a sanctuary built around the year 450 by the monks of Saint-Claude, then rebuilt in the 1663th century by the Benedictines. It was then a parish church until XNUMX.
The site is easily accessible, a 15-minute walk from the village of Chavanne, in Val de Fier. (From Rumilly, take the RD910 then the RD14 towards Val-de-Fier. In St-André turn right towards Crempigny, then left to the hamlet of Chavanne)
At the start of the walking route "Les balconies de la Montagne des Princes", a beautiful 3 hour hike. Topo-fiche on sale at the Albanian Tourist Office.