In 2005, the cloister was magnificently renovated and listed as a building in France. Its fountain and its garden adorned with olive trees invite you to a refreshing moment of relaxation.
The cloister belonged to a group of buildings which formed a Benedictine abbey dedicated to Saint-Anian (currently the town hall since 1855) dating from the XNUMXth century. Today, no trace remains. Modest, it housed twelve monks and remained prosperous until the XNUMXth century, when its cloister was built. Inside, the main staircase is decorated with trompe l'oeil frescoes and leads to the media library. The town hall garden was once the vegetable garden and the pleasure garden of the monks.
The old abbey church was looted and devastated during the French Revolution when its apse was amputated. It is now used as a multi-purpose hall, concert venue and other cultural shows.