Dominated by the Notre-Dame-de-la-Roque chapel, Jouques is a village full of character. Bishopric, castle, oratories, fountains,
covered passages, flowery alleys, bories will delight walkers who love old stones. Nature lovers will be able to walk the paths
amidst typically Mediterranean vegetation: almond trees, pines, olive trees, lavender ...
To see, to visit: Neolithic cave of Adaouste, dolments des CudiÃ¨res, Roman remains, ruins of the medieval village, castle of the 13th / 17th century archbishops, old 12th-century Romanesque chapel, 18th-century fountains, former 14th-century seigneurial dovecote. old suspension bridge of Mirabeau 1847 with neo-Romanesque piles, monumental porticoes in the form of square towers, monument in memory of the 15 guerrillas shot on June 10, 1944, La Jaouste district, Saint-Pierre church from the 11th century, small bell tower with arcade, church 12th century Notre-Dame-de-la-Roque, 14th century bell tower, 12th century Romanesque Notre-Dame-de-Consolation chapel.
Recommended activities: swimming, hiking (GR9), mountain biking, fishing.