Palais de la Députation
Next to La Loge de Mer is the Palais de la Députation, once the seat of the local parliament.
Place de la Loge
Just south of Le Castillet, the place de la Loge has three fine stone structures. Fourteenth-century Le Loge de Mer , rebuilt during the...
Hôtel de Ville
Place de la Loge has three fine stone structures. Sandwiched between La Loge de Mer and the Palais de la Députation, once seat of the...
Chilled wine bar, with lots of local vintages served on tables made of upturned oak barrels.
Aux Bonnes Olives
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Lonely Planet review
This popular alley restaurant is where the locals go for an authentic southern lunch: expect generous portions of steak, shellfish and pork, written up daily on the chalkboard and laced with spicy tomatoes, olives and cayenne pepper. Bustling waiters and buzzy conversation mean the dining room feels cramped when it's busy, but extra tables magically appear in the alley when the weather's warm.