Surrounded by terraced slopes with olive and fig trees, this Mediaeval village has preserved all the charm of the perched villages of yore.

Behind its rampart wall, with fortified gates, narrow winding streets and paved little squares, Falicon also offers splendid vistas.

Sights: Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité church (1624) with a square bell tower with a pyramidal roof; Sainte-Croix chapel (1619); Saint-François gate (1876); old well; small fort (18th c); La Bastide, former residence of the Tonduti family (16th c).


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