The old town invites you to stroll through its narrow streets, passing 15th century houses at the heart of the picturesque environment that continues to enchant artists and to which Morestel, the Painters’ Town, owes much of...
Formally a chapel for the Augustine Convent in 1425, St. Symphorien became Morestel’s parish church in 1791.
The Medieval Tower and its viewing table.
This 19th century building was formerly used as a mail coach staging post. Since 1993, it houses an area dedicated to exhibiting and promoting Pays des Couleurs heritage, knowledge and know-how.
This house was listed in 1732 and is one of the largest and most beautiful dwellings in Morestel.
The Clos Claret, a large park planted with trees is situated in the town centre (closed from 8.00 pm to 8.00 am).
This former mansion, built in 1896, was acquired by Morestel town council in 1945.