Saint Jacques Church
The church with two choirs
St Jacques was the fisrt church built to accompany the urban extension in the 13 th Century.
Church with a unique nave flanked by chapels between the buttresses, its architecture is typical of southern gothic. In 1699, the chapel of the Sanch or Brotherhood of the precious blood of Jesus Christ created by Saint Vincent Ferrier, was built against the west of the church, before being attached to it under the Second Empire by the demolition of the wall separating the two buildings.
The Brotherhood is famous for its Good Friday procession. The steeple, rebuilt in the middle of the 16th century, was redone around 1850.