This village stretches over two ridgelines and is apparently built on top of a former Roman villa. The ridgeline runs through the village.
Don't miss, in Preignan
- Private castles, including the ruins of a fortified castle: you can see the ruins of the tower, a wall and the moat.
- The Saint-Etienne church, reworked in the 16th century, which features a remarkable painting and a master altar enhanced by a sculpted, gilded wooden reredos. The bell gable is typical of the region.
- The chartreuse-style house that belonged to the General of the Empire Jean-Joseph Dessoles stands in the hamlet of Le Pastissé (private property).
- Old mill;
- Farrier frame;
- The "Coeur de Gascogne" GR crosses through the village.
- 1rst week end of July, local feast -
- 3rd Sunday of September, garage sales