The House of Adam, a 12th-century house famous for its façade on the Agout River that possibly depended from the priory. Its name came from a window lintel that was sold in 1935.
The former St-Pierre collegiate church. The priory was mentioned for the first time in 973, then in a bull from pope Calixtus II, as dependant from the Castres Abbey. When the latter became a Cathedral in 1317, the priory was secularised and became a collegiate in 1318. After several destructions, due notably to the Wars of Religion and a fire in 1625, the church’s ruins are eventually bough by the commune in 1835 to be restored. It was designated a “Monument Historique” in 1845.
The Bistoure gate, one of the four gates of the ramparts, dating back to the 14th century.
The 17th-century castle, with its ancient 14th-century tower.