According to legend, the village takes its name from an argument between the bedeau and the devil. Satan having ordered him to stop ringing the bells or risk being struck, the bedeau reportedly replied: "What is aco cease? No, no, no, no, Former stronghold that controlled the road to the high country and guarded the river, Stop only the square tower that dominates the village and its fortified church is kept from this past. The rest was destroyed by order of Louis XIII: the village had been wrong to take sides with the Reformed. From the shady square, you can choose to climb through the alleys to the castle platform to discover the Orb valley or join the river and muzzle between the carefully maintained vegetable gardens. In summer, swimming enthusiasts will reach the beach by a suspension bridge.