Come and visit the Saint-Maurice-de-Roche church.
This is a 12th century building consisting of a nave with two vaulted bays with a semi-circular arch, a transept with a dome mounted on squinches and a quarter-sphere vaulted apse. Along the nave, the side aisles include cloister vaults. Square pillars with a pilaster on each side support the vaults. Three apse chapels carved out of the stone and with quarter-sphere vaults open onto the apse. Outside the church, the apse has five sections. The church is crowned by a square steeple with a large bay on each side. It is accessible by an outside staircase.
- Religious heritage
Free of charge.
All year round, daily.