In the Middle Ages, there was no public fountain just a public well in addition to a few private ones. In 1774 the old fountain was built. The water was supplied from a source known as ‘La Cavaliers ‘and was brought to the village via an aqueduct
called the 25 bridges. Today, there is a botanical trail located beneath the arches of the aqueduct running towards the Chapel of St. Anne. This trail , called the 25 bridges, is a walk which takes an hour and leads to the Saint-Desert monastery where there is a seventeenth century chapel. During this stroll you will discover the wealth of Mediterranean flora and the eighteenth century aqueduct. There are wonderful views of the village and the Roquebrune Rock.