Nestled in a small valley, Cruzy seems to have been appreciated for a long time. This is evidenced by the alignment of dolmens to the west and the collections of the archaeological museum. In the village, apart from the castle and its Renaissance gate, there are several facades of the 15th century and above all an imposing church dedicated to St. Eulalie of Mérida. It was built and redesigned over three centuries. Both a place of worship and refuge, it has a crenellated tower and a mechicolation. From Cruzy, don't forget to visit the hamlet of the Crusade, on the edge of the Canal du Midi, an 18th century work of art, listed as a World Heritage Site.