First a Roman villa, then, seven centuries later, a castle with its church, place of refuge in these turbulent times, a classic history that left its mark. The church was enriched by its parishioners who endowed it with a marble altar in the 18th century and more recently new stained glass windows. The village also retains a 19th century heritage, the golden age of the area during which much was built. The building that houses the town hall with its bell tower of green tiles is a good example. There, you will find information on the leisure activities offered by the village and in particular its equestrian centre.