This village like Villeneuve was also a heretic (Cathar) stronghold and was destroyed during the Albigensian Crusade. It was rebuilt in the 15th century with its two streets oriented on an east/west axis consisting of 50-60 dwellings.
The tiny village has been beautifully restored and like other 'plus beaux' villages, it is full of flowers. There are two churches; the church of Ste. Foy is used now for art exhibitions. There was a watercolor exhibit during our visit, and we weren't allowed to take photos. Which is unfortunate because there are some lovely 15th century frescoes still visible on its walls.
|Sign outside the Porte des Anglais|
but not those who come on horseback!