SAILLAGOUSE proposes to you a Charter on which the village is committed to respect these 8 main points:
1 - The village: it is a place of life in the year, with activities of agriculture, breeding, crafts and a preserved mountain heritage.
2 - Its architecture: it is traditional (wood and stone of the country). The bell tower is one of the tallest buildings in the village. You will discover many traditional buildings using ancestral techniques: farms, cottages ... In summer, the village is abundantly flowered.
3 - The animation: festivals in the village, markets where you will find all the products of the soil, visits to the farm, presentation of the history and traditions of the village, evenings "tales and traditions" ... everything is proposed to you to fully participate in the life of the village.
4 - Nature and spaces: nature, fauna and flora are preserved.
5 - Activities and summer leasures: hiking is offered safely: the trails are marked out, and if desired you can be accompanied by mid-mountain guides.
6 - The services : on site, you will find all the services and shops of a village that lives all year.
7 - Hotel : you will also find a 3-star hotel with family management, rooms with every comfort (complete bathroom, direct telephone, bedding in excellent condition), where conviviality is always ubiquitous (welcome drink at the hotel arrival, mountain atmosphere through the decoration and furniture ...).
8 - Renting : the vast majority of the proposed apartments are classified at least 2 stars. Most also benefit from a label. Here too, the mountain atmosphere is present, with all the necessary comfort.
In addition, SAILLAGOUSE has obtained the label Villes et Villages Fleuris with the distinction of one flower.
The goal of the label Villes et Villages Fleuris is to promote the municipalities that work to create an environment conducive to the welcome and well-being of residents and tourists. It rewards the actions taken by local communities in favor of a plant and natural heritage that is conducive to improving the quality of life.
North entrance of the village in 2012
South entrance of the village in 2018
Photo credits : A. THIBAUT / J. THIBAUT