Shaped like the shell of a snail, the construction of the village started in the 10th century around the church of St Peter, a small romanesque building transformed in 1550 into a more important edifice with southern french gothic style. With its medieval architecture and picturesque alleys, Monestiés offers the curious visitor a peaceful and interesting stopover.
Discover the Chapel of St Jacques, with its statuary group from the XVth century, or the Bajen-Vega museum which presents two spanish painters from the XXth century.
Eventually, the banks of the Cerou river welcome you for a tranquil stroll along the riverbank.
From the 1st april to the 27th october 2017
Strolling through the alleys, you will discover this photo exhibition featuring the summer memories of the miners and their family, which reminds the mining past of the area.