A small hilltop village, this magnificent haven of peace and tranquillity is surrounded by vineyards and lush green fields. The area
was continuously inhabited from the Neolithic era until the Middle Ages. At the time of the Romans, a number of 'villae' were built
at the bottom of the village, with many traces of settlements having been unearthed there.
What to see and visit: The Saint-Hilaire Abbey; the fourteenth-century church; the Corkscrew Museum (at the foot of the village).