Saint Pierre de Rhèdes
This venerable church was built on the foundations of an ancient Christian sanctuary which was set up in the late fourth century on the Gallo-Roman site of Rhèdes.
Notre Dame de l'Assomption à Villecelle
Rebuilt during the seventeenth century over the remains of a Romanesque building, this church, also known as Notre-Dame de Villecelle, was the town’s second church alongside Saint Pierre de Rhèdes, becoming the parish church in 1803.
Saint Pierre St Paul
The current parish church of Lamalou-les-Bains was built in 1933 on the site of a former wooden building which was built in 1893 and destroyed by fire in 1930.
Notre Dame de Caipmont
Overlooking the Orb Valley, perched 400 meters above Lamalou les Bains and Hérépian the Notre-Dame de Capimont, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, is a haven of peace and quiet in the midst of the old oak trees.
Saint Michel de Mourcairol
Perched on a rocky outcrop at an altitude of 468m (1,535ft) the chapel of Saint Michel overlooks the ruins of Mourcairol Castle