Displaying a rare elegance, this 11th/12th century church owes its originality to its trefoil shape. Here you can also wonder at the north side door heavily decorated and sculpted with dragons made by 13th century artists. The stone masons' marks are still visible on the limestone work along the walls of the chancel, and it is filled with 14th and 16th century wall paintings. Also to see: The Galmoison Chateau. Nearby: Gençay and its Medieval Chateau, the Belle Floral Garden and Château de la Roche in Magné.