The village revitalization began in 1983 with the election of Claude Cayla as the new mayor. Through much hard work, the village has been restored, its townhouses now inhabited by vacationers and second home owners. Besides the tourist office and municipal buildings, there are an art gallery, a small museum, gites, and restaurants. The Restaurant du Vieux Pont has received 1 Michelin star and is famous locally for its regional cuisine.
Here's where we're going...half-way there, but still a lot of uphill to go. I'll show you the view from the top in tomorrow's blog post!