A beautiful village set in lush surroundings, it is justifiably proud of its rich architectural past, with its ancient cathedral,
medieval ramparts, buildings made of local stone.... Saint-Paul has succeeded in retaining the beauty of the ancient
Romanesque buildings alongside the many, more recent, stone town houses it is famed for.
What to see, what to visit : the cathedral Notre-Dame de Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux, the castle, the charnier - originally a commandery of Knights Hospitaller before becoming a fortified house, the remains of the thirteenth century dungeon, Roman walls, medieval ramparts (with three fortified gates: Notre-Dame, Fanjoux and Les Fontaines), an archaeological museum, the Maison de la Truffe et du Tricastin, offering information on the area and on truffles, the chapel Sainte-Juste, the Sainte-Juste quarries.
Available activities : hill walking, Mountain biking, horse riding, archery, tennis, swimming, bowling alley, pool, badminton, squash, mini golf, rock climbing…