A Amanien, local lord pays tribute to the prior of La Réole for a fee and his rights justice to the market this city. Part of the territory named Lavison is owned by several men but it is clear that the prior of La Réole is lord of Lavison.
Castle Lavison, military building was built by Edward 1st, King of England in the 13th century. According to tradition, the castle was a rendezvous hunt for the Black Prince (Edward of Woodstock). Changes are made to the building in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is listed historical monument since 1987.
The watermill Loubens is built on land that had the Benedictine Réole they received the Duke of Aquitaine. The mill was rebuilt in the 14th century and the eighteenth, the square tower was added in the 18th century. Remnants of the old flagstone deck of the Gallo-Roman road linking Castelmoron-d'Albret to Réole are still visible. The mill is high on the bridge and housed two pairs of millstones and fuller for hemp. The link has a gallery with a double row of arches, arched. The banks are masonry and the lock has mooring bollards. The assembly was restored in 1991.