Near the square there are numerous restaurants, cafes and shops; life never stops here, day or night. The large clock tower is a notable architectural structure. Those are remains of fortifications, in 17th century it has housed city gates. The tower is decorated with a massive bell, weighing more than 2 tons; there was no large-scale reconstruction of the tower from the mid-18th century.
Among the religious sites, St. Louis Cathedral, which was completed in the mid-18th century, points out. It features luxurious facades decorated with graceful columns and pilasters. The interior of the Cathedral is more modest; it holds several important religious artifacts. A striking monument of the Renaissance is Henry II mansion, which was completed in 1555. Large-scale building with a cozy patio, carved cornices and graceful arches strikes with its unique style. There is a beautiful garden next to mansion; a walk there can also bring a lot of fun.
An emblematic landmark is the Pylori fountain located near the waterfront. Centuries ago, it was one of the most important sources of drinking water in the city. The access to the fountain was very difficult, so in 1722 it has been moved to another place. Water was provided to fountain, but it was no longer safe to drink, so after the last reconstruction the fountain has a purely decorative function. A trip to the island of RĂ© located three kilometers from the coast would be fascinating. The island can be reached by bridge or by boat, on site there are numerous interesting attractions.