The old town
The few narrow shaded streets called ‘the old town”, are what remains from what used to be the “neighbourhood of the village” where farmers used to live.
Every day (except on Mondays), this neighbourhood hosts a covered outdoor market displaying flower, vegetable and fruit stands and local specialties. A little further, the Romanesque church built in the 7th century, is now a protected monument. Its presbytery houses the Archeological Museum. Its 13th century watch tower offers a splendid panorama.