Of Romanesque origin, almost entirely rebuilt during the 19th century, the chapel is located on a headland offering remarkable panoramic views.
This church remains one of Normandy's most remarkable Romanesque religious edifices. 19th Century "Cavaillé-Coll" organ. The choir houses William the Conqueror's...Read more
Built during the 14th and 16th centuries, the church was never completed. Its leaning 2.28 metre-high and 46cm wide tower is a truly characteristic feature...Read more
Built from the 13th to the 16th centuries, the church offers an interesting insight into the evolution of architectural styles: from Rayonnant and Flamboyant...Read more
13th Century Norman Gothic edifice. To visit the church, please ask for the key at the bar located opposite.
Romanesque 11th century church nestling in the verdure in the depths of a small valley. The outside of the church can be visited. Guided tours on Sunday...Read more
Built during the 12th and 13th centuries by the Norman lords and solidly fortified, the church was used both as a sanctuary and a look-out post.
16th and 17th century manor house, brick and stone chequered postern and front facade. Rear facade in carved wood and stone. Open all year round. Unaccompanied...Read more
Construction dating from the reign of Henry IV (early 17th century) with double chequered pink brick, limestone and flint features.
A building erected on the site of the martyrdom of St Sulpice, bishop of Bayeux, in the 9th century. Seat of a cult of St Sulpice who cured skin complaints....Read more