Village de Berzème
The farming and breeding of cattle, sheep and goats are done respecting the old traditions of raising animals and tending to the land. In between Taverne and Berzeme there is a sunken landform that was the mouth of an old volcano. The water flowing from the Claduegne River, an important artery in the Coiron, nourishes its field.
At the heart of the village there is a historically classified castle, the only one located on the plateau. It was built at the end of the 15th century therefore, suffering from years of decay. Today thanks to the commune it has been restored and a part of the building is used for lodging.
Surrounding the castle is an arboretorium of 20 acres that offers a beautiful walk through European larches, cedar, pine, maple, and other tree varieties.
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- Château de Berzème
- Topo-guide "Monts de Berg et Massif du Coiron"
- Adress07580 Berzème
- Contact04 75 36 70 97
04 75 94 89 28
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- GPS coordinatesLatitude : 44.651841
Longitude : 4.565177
Castel of Berzème
It is a unique fortified castle on the Coiron plateau. It is constructed by basalt rock and was also used for agriculture.
No public visits permitted.
Church Saint Pierre of Berzème
The church of Berzème appears as soon as 1170. It is a Romanesque church with a wooden bell from the 18th century.
Village de Berzème
Berzeme is located in the plateau of the Coiron. You leave the landscape of valleys and cliffs to discover lush green fields with green pastures and hedgerows.
25 acres around the castle of various tree varieties to discover like pines, sycamores, oaks, mable trees and others.
Possibility of picnicking on site after the mowing period, which means from the end of June.