Charming village, Pont-de-Barret is located on either side of the Roubion. It is named after the historical monument bridge that connects the right bank (very old houses served by small cobbled streets winding) and the left bank (old village dominated by the Romanesque church of Notre-Dame la Brune, also listed building). He also was named to the rocky cliffs above and bars and offer wonderful climbing routes for fans of climbing.
The municipal campground, built within the castle park in the shade of magnificent trees, unfolds along the Roubion in the northern part of the village. It is a magnificent natural setting in which to picnic and swimming in the "hot tubs" natural is very pleasant.
In ancient Moulinages settled workshops of artists exhibiting from time to time in the "Quai".