Cultural heritage


Crastes and its hamlets, Mons and Saint-Martin-de-Binagre make the town a village with three churches. The village of Crastes is built on a very high point, formerly fortified and surrounded by ditches. The church itself is built on a tumulus which once housed a castle.

Crastes, whose highest point is 272m, offers, when the weather is clear, a magnificent view of the Pyrenees.

To discover in Crastes:
The Saint Pierre church in Crastes has listed furniture,
The Saint Blaise church, located in the hamlet of Mons, conceals an XNUMXth century altar and a XNUMXth century golden statue. as well as a small XNUMXth century Pieta. The holy water font rests on a "milaire" terminal: Roman marker.
The Saint Barthélémy church, located in the hamlet of Saint Martin de Binagre, has an 1850th-XNUMXth century Roman bedside. The rest of the building was rebuilt in XNUMX.
Old mill

Village of the Country of Art and History of Grand Auch, guided tours are offered by guide-lecturers (all year round for groups by reservation, according to a calendar for individuals). All dates and practical information are available from the Grand Auch tourist office.

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In rainy weather -Mirepoix


- Montaut-les-Creneaux