Eclassan is located on a plate which overhangs the Rhone, at the level of the communes of Sarras and Saint-Vallier. On the commune of Eclassan one finds a mount called Montbard, dominating the whole of the commune. It culminates with 530m.
Eclassan has a small church in the center of the village. It has a square bell-tower.
In addition, during centuries, the pride of the inhabitants of Eclassan was the Young elm, an old tree several centuries. However, it was victim of a love at first sight during the years 1980 and a tempètes finished falling it. Since, a new young elm was replanted.
In top of Montbard (mount dominating the commune), one finds a small vault and a martyrdom which one can reach thanks to a way of cross, as well as a water tower.
Personalities related to the commune
- Common of Ardeche
- Eclassan on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Eclassan on the site of INSEE
- Eclassan on the site of Quid
- Localization of Eclassan on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Eclassan on Mapquest
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