They joined the historical monuments list in 1919, but two of them were destroyed during the sixties to make way for a housing estate.
The Dolmen of l’Agriotier can be found on plot F420. As an official historical monument, it is protected.
This tomb dates back to the Chalcolithic era (about 3,300 BC) and is one of a group of dolmens in eastern Provence that have an access passage and a small chamber. It was built in the same layout as the dolmen of La Gaillarde, but the chamber floor was covered in flat stone slabs and it was part of a burial mound of 8 to 10 metres in diameter. This is unusual because it probably did not house a collective grave. The site was excavated in 1983 when two large white flint blades were uncovered along with some arrow weapons, an archer’s arm shield made of schist, two semi-circular flints, a few pottery fragments and some rare necklace pieces.
- Individual visits include : Unguided individual tours available permanently
- Groups visits include : Unguided group tours available permanently