Author 'Gipsy34' (Id 192956 ) : With the weather at this time in the South, few walks. As soon as there is a ray of sunshine output... we set out to visit the circulades. A circulade is a village built in the Middle Ages in the form of snail around the castle which defended the village. Here the village of Caux is perched on a rock, which unfolds its circulade around its bell-tower-porch : the church in the lombard style, dated in the middle of the 12th century, the bell tower with its wrought iron bell-tower and its bell of the 17th century, dominates the top of its 45 mr. The old village has preserved its character with medieval gates, passage to covered and mullioned windows.