The village of Labessette is illustrated by a Romanesque church from the end of the XNUMXth centurynd beginning of the thirteenthnd century. Its particularity is a wall-tower.
The church of Labessette
The leaves of its door in wrought iron hinges from the XNUMXth centurynd century depict imps. The church was listed as a Historic Monument in 1926.
Information at the town hall to visit the church: 04 73 22 22 34
The XNUMXth century lava gothic crossnd century is also a listed monument. It is located at the crossroads of the RD 72 towards Beaulieu (Cantal) and the RD 612 towards the Bort-les-Orgues dam reservoir.
The lake of Labessette
The reservoir of the Bort-les-Orgues dam is a very popular site for predator fishermen.
The beach and swimming are not supervised.