A village born from the agglomeration of 4 large mas that had settled on either side of the road. You can still find the names of two of them on the maps (Gache and Fraisse). On the one hand, there is a set of tangled alleys with a door and its chews and on the other hand an alignment of agricultural buildings made of pink brown stone with wide portals. This "neighbourhood" is also remarkable for two villas from the 30s and 40s. Finally, for walkers, a marked path leads to the ruins of the castle of Saint Bauléry of which only a few sections of the wall remain.