Valsorey mill

Bourg-St-Pierre
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Built in 1681 and located in the vicinity of the ancient village of Bourg-St-Pierre, Valsorey Mill is located below the route taken by the Saracens, the Romans, Charlemagne’s soldiers and Napoleon Bonaparte’s troops.

The St-Charles bridge, built by Charlemagne’s workers around the year 800, provides access on foot, in magnificent nature and surroundings.


Free visits :

Every Sunday from July 17th to August 14th

Visits organized within the framework of the heritage of the Pays du St-Bernard

From 3pm to 5pm
Free entrance - Potze du Meunier

Organized visits on request :
Groups and companies (10 to 40 people)
School classes
Meetings and aperitifs


Information and reservations at +41 79 216 87 15


Valsorey mill
1946 Bourg-St-Pierre

T. +41 79 216 87 15

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