An impressive gallo-Roman site is found on the Cher Valley tourist route: les Maselles.
These imposing monuments have always intrigued visitors and specialists, antique dealers, archaeologists, historians… Each has an explanation (some more likely than others) on the role of these enigmatic buildings.
For today’s visitor, the Maselles are the most immediately visible vestiges of Tasciaca (ancient name of Theseus). However, the largest of them are underground, or can only be seen a few centimetres above ground. Some have been excavated, such as the fanum, in Pouillé, or have, after being studied, been buried again to ensure their conservation.