Monastère de la Verne
Most of the buildings of the Monastery de la Verne date from the 17C and 18C. The former hospitality rooms are open to visitors (grain store, bakery...), as are the "testimony cell", where the monks prayed and worked, the surbased groined vault of the grand cloister and small cloister, embellished with serpentine arches. The visit then takes you to the oil-mill and the store room, with its imposing wooden Christ, and the porter's room. On your way out, take the time to admire the monumental portal with its triangular pediment.