This church (13th century), rebuilt and enlarged at the beginning of the 16th century, has a high, pointed bell tower flanked by four pyramidions, an unusual shape for the region.
It has undergone numerous restorations: renovation of the slate roof of the bell tower, painting of the nave, and redevelopment of the square.
Inside the church you will find
- a remarkable Virgin and Child in polychrome wood (12th century), known as "the Liege",
- the group of "the Charity of Saint-Martin" (16th century),
- 4 choir stalls in sculpted wood (16th century),
- a marble of Saint-Sébastien attributed to Pierre Puget (17th century),
- an organ built by the prestigious organ builder Abbey around 1890 and restored in 1974.
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Every day throughout the year between 9 am and 6 pm.
Closed on Monday.