Initially integrated into the village's defence plan, the Jarlier Tower, together with the two coastal towers and the disappeared fishmonger's tower, form a quadrilateral, surrounded by ramparts. The ground floor of the Jarlier tower was then used to store crops. "Jarlie" in Provençal means a cellar where jars are stored.
On the courtyard side, the façade reveals a few grilled openings: former cells. Indeed, at the time of the revolution, the Tour Jarlier was transformed into a jail (prison). After the Second World War, the commune sold the tower. Restoration work began in 2012 and lasted 3 years, the spirit of the fortress having been preserved!