20 km from the campsite,
The medieval village, fortified in its double enclosure spread out on a promontory dominated by the ruins of its 11th-12th century castle, has preserved 14th-15th century houses, its vaulted and cobbled streets, its arches and its doors.
In an austere landscape of rocks and scrubland, it remains, away from the main roads, a precious testimony.
At the entrance to the village, the Romanesque church of Saint-André-de-Mitroys, surrounded by cypresses, watches over its small cemetery. On leaving the village, on the road leading to Larnas via the Sainte-Beaume gorges, this "Hot Valley" that you must have walked in summer under the relentless sun, the Romanesque church of San-Samonta also had its own. small cemetery. Leaning against the rock, the elegance of the south wall, made up of light arches, surprises the visitor