Serre bridge, called "Madam's bridge"
It is called "the Madam's bridge" certainly in memory of Thérèse Isnard de la Martre, the local chatelaine, who financed its construction in 1735 to replace an older bridge, situated on the royal road from Draguignan to Castellane.
Below the town, it is located in a beautiful setting, between the turquoise water of the Artuby and the bright green fields and surrounding hills. It leads to an old sawmill located in a natural circus. It is part of a pleasant hiking trail from the village of La Martre that will take you to the foothills of the Mont Brouis.
Free of charge.