Cornillon is a short drive or leisurely walk from Maison Broche et Clos Neuf. Nestled on cliffs overlooking Goudargues, St.Gely & the “Vallee de la Ceze”, Cornillon offers beautiful views of the valley below. The town is rich in medieval history dating back to the 14th century. Cornillon is a classic example of a typical and picturesque Southern French village.
For over a century, Cornillon’s castle has belonged to the “Sibert” family. Partially in ruins, it was converted into a theater and opened to the public. The iconic narrow streets and stone-houses offer a fascinating glimpse into the historic architecture and way of life.
Cornillon offers breathtaking views of the area’s vineyards, Goudargues and the “Vallee de la Ceze”. Their is a large viewing platform that makes a perfect place to enjoy a picnic or watch the sunset. You can also sit back and relax in one of the village’s cafes or restaurants with a nice apertif, glass of wine or maybe even a crepe! The windy streets are a perfect location for a walk all year round. During the hot summer months the narrow streets allow you to take leisurely strolls in the shade.