Caille is a village typical of the foothills of the Alps, tucked between the Mediterranean and that mighty mountain range, nestled deep in a plain at the foot of Roux Baou peak
Caille’s history dates back centuries and its architectural heritage has been given pride of place by the town for several years, with a venerable chateau (private), a church decorated with 18th-century paintings, a washhouse, a bread oven, and 18th-century houses with doorframes and windowframes in hewn rock or wood, the perfect setting for a satisfying stroll.