Built between the 11th and 13th centuries, the church, classified as a Historic Monument for its choir covered with ribbed vaults and its bell tower, is worth a look. The building is remarkable for its fortified appearance reinforced.
Opposite the church, don’t miss the oldest house in the village dating from the Renaissance. It is easy to recognize thanks to its windows with braced lintels, its old doors and the traces of an old stall.
At the foot of the village, a walking and hiking route invites you to take a rural break along the water. You just have to walk along the Ligueure stream, rich in numerous washhouses and mills, to join the Chambon river a little further.