Throughout the centuries, Bagnols’ rich past has forged a remarkable architectural heritage. A stroll through the streets of the old town offers the visitor the possibility of finding the charm of a provincial, agricultural village which has known how to preserve the vestiges of its past.

The most popular sites include the ancient marketplace and the clock tower, witnesses to the eras of royal power, or the princely hotels from the 16th and 17th centuries. There are a great number of sights awaiting the visitor who strolls among the city’s narrow alleyways.

The description of a self-guided tour for history and heritage enthusiasts, and for anyone curious to discover all of the interesting sights, is available at the tourist office.