Surrounded by terraced slopes with olive and fig trees, this Mediaeval village has preserved all the charm of the perched villages of yore.
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Behind its rampart wall, with fortified gates, narrow winding streets and paved little squares, Falicon also offers splendid vistas.
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Sights: Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité church (1624) with a square bell tower with a pyramidal roof; Sainte-Croix chapel (1619); Saint-François gate (1876); old well; small fort (18th c); La Bastide, former residence of the Tonduti family (16th c).