Église Notre-Dame de Chauvigny


At the foot of the medieval city, in the city center, the Romanesque church of Notre-Dame de Chauvigny was founded by Isembert I, bishop of Poitiers, lord of Chauvigny at the beginning of the 11th century. Restored in the 19th century, it still retains its Romanesque choir and a fresco from the end of the 15th century.

Practical information

French, English
Accessible to disabled persons


Conditions of visit: Free visit, Guided visit by appointment only
Languages ​​spoken for the visit: French, English

Further information

Location: Near TER access (train, coach), Accessible on foot from the tourist office, In the city center
Type of site/monument/small heritage: Church
Facilities: Accessible for pushchairs, Coach parking