A vast campaign is underway to restore the Mill House to accommodate the Spiritual and Cultural Center.
The origins of Bourmont date back to 14th century but much of what remains today is from the 15th-18th centuries. The remains of the ancient defensive structure are visible at the base of the wall of the dry moats and the towers.
The Abbaye de Lérins has been home to generations of Monks. It is undergoing an extensive restoration to save the exceptional fortified tower-monastery, an emblematic site in the history of Christianity in the Mediterranean.
The priory, the only Clunisan site in Savoie and Haute Savoie, is under consideration to be classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in conjunction with the European Federation for Clunisian Sites.