“La Falaise is part of my history.”
The horizon first, with the incredible view of the village of Faycelles. “At the end of the rock, I often took refuge there to do my homework. Here, I was at peace”. Secondly, we discover the heritage, the murets made of dry stone, the caselles and then the dominating church. We continue down the bucolic path, under the falaise. Once you’ve arrived in the dense vegetation, amid the ferns, Rose-Marie will talk passionately to you, about plants: those that are edible, those useful in the vegetable garden. She’ll also mention water, that precious resource that follows the cliff. “My tour is in relief, we discover with these landscapes, the life of this place”. For Rose-Marie, each walk is a rich experience, a rencontre, a moment of exchange and sharing. And if you’re lucky, you may have the honor of sampling one of her delicious cakes!