Population 1, 561
In the 19th century, this farming village was an important industrial site. It was once known as Sainte- Elisabeth-de-Bayonne, reflecting the importance of the Bayonne River in the area’s development. Make a stop at La Courgerie (squash and pumpkin farm) and learn the secrets of this interesting type of agriculture. At the Comptoir du cerf, you can also discover deer meat and the many ways to cook it. For a good night’s stay, there is one welcoming gite (B&B) in the village.