The hamlet of Grandmont dominates with a breathtaking view of the hills of the Morvan. On a clear day, Mont Blanc is visible. At the heart of the hamlet, a chapel whose interior is decorated with pierced stones was built around 1640. In this chapel we see a Lourdes grotto in rock from the end of the nineteenth century, with inside a statue of the Virgin. You will notice the wood siding of the altar, adorned with a Maltese cross and stained glass windows both semicircular and the bull's eye above the main door.