Whether they're religious buildings or relics of the secular past, these monuments are abiding symbols of the region's history that have contributed to forging the town's identity as we see it today.
Sacré Coeur Church and Bells
Come and admire the Romano-Byzantine architectural style of this impressive building.
Guided tours are held in July and August, when you can also climb up the bell tower. Apart from enjoying a panoramic view of the town from the top of the steeple, you'll also marvel at one of the biggest sets of church bells in France.
Notre Dame Church
The Neo-Gothic style of this church was inspired by the architecture of the great cathedrals of northern France. Its two spires stretch skywards to reach an impressive height of 213 feet.
Vieux Greniers Tower
This 16th-century tower, known as the Grenier à Sel (Salt Storehouse), can be seen at the turn in the Rue des Vieux Greniers.
Countless legends and occult beliefs are associated with these ancient megaliths and the famous Menhir de la Garde is displayed in the Jardin du Mail, just by the old castle ramparts. During the summer you can listen to some of the myths and legends on one of our guided visits.