The Hôtel de Caumont was originally a mansion built as a château and its park in the sixteenth century. Four elements characterise this kind of layout: the gate, the courtyard, the main building and the garden. The mansion was listed as a monuments in 1925 and renamed the Caumont Centre d’Art in 1987. Every year, it hosts two temporary exhibitions devoted to great names in art. A film on painter Cézanne and his connection to the region is shown every day.
Address: 3 Rue Joseph Cabassol