Languedoc village, Restinclières is distinguished for its Castries stone masonry.
The village is organised around the church dedicated to Saint Césaire, Bishop of Arles in the 6th century, a romanesque building dating from the 12th century. Enlarged in the 14th and 15th centuries, it was between these walls that inhabitants took refuge during the wars of Religion in the 15th century.
A that time, the fortified building was flanked with four towers, topped by crenellated walls and a sentry walk. Today the Rectory is a place dedicated to associations. The former stables have been transformed into a public library.