A church with beautiful medieval frescoes. The Romanesque apse reveals some 12th and 13th century frescoes which are very iconographically interesting, represent Christ in Majesty, scenes from the Passion of Christ, and from the Life of Saint-André.

The nave has a wooden vaulted ceiling and is flanked to the north-west by an 18th century bell-tower. It opens into a Renaissance doorway. The church lost its cemetery at the end of the last century. It gives an impression of bulk on the whole, comprising three buildings that were added onto each other from east to west and starting from a primitive chapel of which only the small apse remains today.

Languages for tours
  • French
  • No pets allowed
  • Parking
  • Monday : open
  • Thuesday : open
  • Wednesday : open
  • Thursday : open
  • Friday : open
  • Saturday : open
  • Sunday : open
  • Free rate --
Historical sites and monuments Eglise Saint-André
Rue Philidor