3,000 years of history await you here. But it wasn’t until the 19th century that Abbé Durand discovered this troglodyte church and its exceptional frescoes. It was listed as a historic monument in 1910.
The church can already be traced back to the 11th century: it has undergone numerous renovations and extensions over the centuries, enabling it to reach our present day.
The originality of this church lies in its three-tiered construction: it has risen over time: the crypt, then the apse and finally an upper part that acts as the nave with the beautiful tower dedicated to the archangel Saint Michael.
A setting for a rare and precious jewel…