St. Georges Gallery hosts one big permanent installation/painting from the setouchi Festival by Georges Rousse. The very special thing about his art is his specialty is to distort projection or perspective, which require the viewer to be in a certain spot to properly see the painting (anamorphosis). It was beautiful.
The tiny gallery also has a tiny café in their backyard. However, when we went it was 30 degrees, so too hot to hang out anywhere that didn’t have aircon.
Entrance fee is 4 euros per adult, kids are free.