Louvie-juzon, crossroads of the valley
The village owes its name to the ancient presence of wolves (wolf).
There are houses dating from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The church of Saint-Martin (16th century) has a remarkable set of carved capitals and keystones. The pulpit is made of gilded and carved wood. The organ case is from the 18th century and is listed as a Historic Monument.
Every summer, in the church that houses the historic organ, the Estives Musicales Internationales, a classical music festival, are organized.
At the foot of the Rey mountain, towards Nay and Lourdes, are the two districts of Pédéhourat and Pédestarrès.
Summer market: every Wednesday morning in summer.