Stretching out along the banks of the River Berre, and with numerous springs around it, this delightful little Provençal
village has a church dating back to the end of the eighteenth century. When night falls, its illuminated steeple, with its hues
of blue, showcases its superb bell tower.
To see, to visit : Eighteenth-century church with its bell tower, the Romanesque chapel Saint-Pierre-de-Bertoare, the isolated chapel to the east of the village, archaeological museum (displays of excavated items, the collection of Abbé Boisse…). Old stone wash houses.
Recommended activities: Walks, horse riding, mountain biking.