Major : M. Serge TERROT
With its 112 inhabitants, Truinas covers 860 ha spreading in the South West of the canton de Bourdeaux. Its landscape is characterized by quite a hilly topography with eroded marls called "blue marls", and with an important area covered with terraces. Truinas is a locality which is still strongly marked by Protestantism where numerous private cemeteries are still well kept. It even has the privilege to possess its own communal Protestant cemetery and a Catholic one as well, very near to Saint Jean Baptiste Church built in 1644.
Any walker will be able to discover the charms of nature around, with lots of paths and tracks covering the surroundings from the lower part of Rimandoule to the upper Truinas. You will also enjoy the view of the mountain of Saint-Maurice, bordering the area of Comps, on top of which dominates the likewise called chapel at 939m high.