St Bonnet le Chateau...a beautiful perched forcified village with a massive central collegiale at the top. Despite being saturday it was pretty deserted and after 2 hours drive through twrily mountain roads we discovered it was unexpectly closed, luckily we found a man with keys that gave us a fantastic unplanned tour (who turned out to be the county maire) Grand interior , pretty medieval building around town. The library was pretty fantastic with gothic shelves and we got to look at lots of beautiful old books.
The main reason for visiting St Bonnet le Ctx was to see the natural mummies, in 1837 they accidently found those, not quite mummies as kept so well due to arsenic in the ground, dated from the 1400s-1500s, their cause of death remains a mystery. Sadly 2 years agao (due to health and safety,it was only accessible via ladder) accessed got closed :( so now you see them through a glass door...not quite the same but still worth a visit .