Pradinas is a small village founded in 1838 around a church partly built in the 15th century. At the entrance thereof, is a bust of Jean-Claude Peyrot, prior of the 18th century poet who had a taste for Occitan and rural and agricultural. Following his appointment in the College of the ancient Abbey of St. Sernin, he moved to Pradinas when his uncle gave him his place.He stayed 17 years in this village which then had 795 inhabitants, and where beggars were many parishioners.
Most of his poems were born to Pradinas at the bottom of the enclosure of the manse, a kind of little oratory now renovated.
A legend says that a large stone rests at the bottom of a gour, a sort of hole 4 feet deep, in the Liort. It seems that in 1946 she was sighted during the summer, and would be engraved with the inscription: "When you see me again, you'll cry. » "
Some have claimed to have reviewed during the summer of 2003.