At the entrance to the centre of the town by the Old Bridge is a building from the eleventh century overlooking the river Bérange. In the past this river was navigable and allowed the transport of goods as far as the port of Candillargues on the Etang de l'Or.
In March, a carnival is organised featuring a parade of floats some of which are borrowed from the renowned Nice Carnival.
With a playground, skate-park and more, young people are particularly catered for here.
If you fancy a walk, take a short stroll up Carbonnier hill; its summit affords stunning views of the village on one side, and of the wine plain stretching into the distance on the other.