Located away from the village, in the middle of the countryside, this church has undergone many alterations and its current appearance dates from the end of the wars of religion.
She deserves a visit.

It is all that remains of an important 12th century sanctuary, the ends of which were destroyed during the Hundred Years War.
The entrance door decorated with a cord of diamond points, the refuge room, the columns with capitals, the choir sheltering a pretty liturgical pool and the bell dedicated to Saint Bernadette bear witness to a glorious past.
It has preserved many vestiges of Romanesque art: outside the church, the cornice is carved with animal masks, acrobatic snakes.
Beautiful Romanesque capitals are visible inside.

Church usually open during Heritage Days (in September) for free visit.
Note opposite the church, the Cher cemetery and its interesting hosannière cross.

Church, soil of the plot that may contain archaeological remains: registered by decree of October 28, 1996

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