A small Provençal village set between Le Diois and Les Baronnies, built on the sides of a hill dominating the lake of Cornillon and the valley of l'Oule. Above it are the ruins of a medieval fortress which was further strengthened during the course of the sixteenth century. Amongst its features are a twelfth century dungeon.
What to see, what to visit : a country church, the Romanesque chapel of
Saint-Vincent, the wild mountain pass of the Oule, the castle's ruins and the Pas des Ondes, featuring waterfalls, a
cave and two artificial water basins.
Available activities : walks, fishing, swimming at the Pas des Ondes.