At the heart of the village, the medieval market hall shines with its exposed beams.
In the centre of the castelnau, the hall was built in the 13th century. In 1557, the common house was built above the hall and was accessed through the tower that contains a beautiful stone staircase. It was erected to commemorate the erection of Saint-Félix as a barony by King Henri II (the date of foundation is engraved on the frontispiece of the front door with the city's coat of arms). In 1862, the population of Saint-Félix was decimated by an episode of cholera. The city decided to offer a stone virgin to protect the population. It is installed on the belfry, in the heart of the village, at its feet a plaque with a Latin inscription "I am the guardian of your city".