This is the only Gothic church in Le Puy-en-Velay. The chancel contains the recumbent statue of the military leader Bertrand Du Guesclin.
The church was built in 1221, then enlarged in the 14th century. It has a beautiful Flamboyant Gothic-style portal. Once inside, visitors are surprised by the size of the nave. The magnificent stained-glass windows dating from the 19th and 20th centuries have been skilfully restored. Visitors can see the beautiful wooden decoration (pulpits, stall, etc.) and a fine organ first used in December 1882.
In the 18th century, due to a lack of maintenance, the church threatened to collapse. Buttresses were built, and then in the 20th century cables were set up to support the pillars. Unfortunately, the church closed in 1971. It was reopened to the public at Christmas 1988.
- Religious heritage
Free of charge.
All year round, daily between 8.30 am and 7 pm.