But, we were able to walk through this pleasant, seaside village, which is the most popular cruise port in France. It had quite a few shops, restaurants, and a citadel that was built in the 1500′s. The Citadel is now home to Town Hall, a convention center, several museums and an open air theater. In addition, there are two churches (St. Michael’s and Saint Peter’s), which date as early as the 16th century. The Rue Obscure (Dark Street) is also a popular passage way that leads under the harbor front houses and dates back to 1260. If you’d like to spend your day at the beach, there are also a few that offer great views as well!