The chapel of St Roch stands at the entrance to the village, alongside the Trets road.
It dates from the 13th century. With Saint Sébastien as its patron saint, it was the chapel of the village cemetery from the 16th century to the late 19th century, after which it was abandoned. It was restored by volunteers in the mid-1970s.
The two stained-glass windows were made by Monique Curto and installed in 2000.
Work on the surrounding area was carried out by the municipality in 2001: repair of boundary walls, installation of art metalwork (entrance gate, fences), exterior lighting, renovation of the choir roof and the cross.