Provençal by its nature
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Medieval town center
It is also possible to follow the covered wall-walk that remains intact. Along the steep streets, you will be charmed by a multitude of historical treasures: door frames, old stalls with intact signs, wash houses, fountains and carved doors...
The Saint-Arey Church, like many other buildings, was destroyed then rebuilt and improved, finally in 1714 decorated with a magnificent bell tower. The life of the village is always punctuated by the pleasant sound of its bells resonating in the Baronnies!
The Protestant Temple, octagonal shaped, now hosts the Town Hall outside the walls, where the village continues to expand.
The Risou mountain
It's the sentinel of the Rosans area! A short circuit, round trip, allows you to reach its summit. The trail is steep, but the view rewards the effort! A few days a year, the light crosses the mountain through a hole in the rock.
Ecomuseum Terres du Sud
Geological attraction : "the dinosaurs eggs"
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From the Rosans Square Tower, admire the lavender fields on the borders of the Baronnies. During the two summer months artists, craftsmen and farmers of the area exhibit their know-how in the Square Tower, one of the historical monuments of the village. There is a panoramic terrace with orientation table at the top of the tower. Come to admire their creations, works of art and local produce. In July and August, the exhibition is open daily (except Monday morning) from 10AM to noon and from 4 PM to 7 PM.