The former estate of Cersas was named Réauville in 1280, when the Aiguebelle abbey was put under the protection of the Count of Provence, Charles of Anjou, brother of King Saint Louis. The village has some remains of the original settlement around the castle and numerous architectural elements associated with innovations of the 16th and 17th centuries.

The “Balade royale”, a 3 kilometers hiking trail (accessible to all) will help you discover the environment of Réauville, throughout signs along the trail.

Not to miss :
The fresco paintings of Sainte Marie Madeleine church (19th century)
The site of sand pits (with marine fossils)
The fountains

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