There used to be only the one street in the village, on each side of which were perpendicularly aligned houses called “rangées” (“rows”). These small, one storied, adjoining fisher houses were all walled to the North in order to be protected from winds and opened to the South to benefit from the sun. Their closeness facilitated the Jaguens’ common life.
The rows are private. Please respect the inhabitants’ quietness
At the end of the row, go down the street to the stele de la Banche.