The town of St-Macaire. The image looks up at the town from what was once the course of the Garonne. The town was important in the wine trade until the river's course moved away from the town after the medieval period.
The abbey building.
The market place. The market place seems to have retained its irregular medieval shape and is lined with cornières, some of which are clearly medieval.
The impressive door with tympanum on the west front of the abbey.
The lavishly painted interior, much restored, of the abbey.
The fortified bridge giving access on the northeast of the town.