Built on the « Champ des fougères » (Ferns’ field) between 1885 and 1892 in order to replace the old church on Place de la Mairie, Saint-Sauveur Church is built in an architectural style mixing neo-Romanesque and neo-gothic.
It testifies of the economic success of the town, a subtle assembly of technical prowess (monolithic pillars) and rare materials (tufa, Chausey blue granite...).
Take the street in front, on the left of the church square, and go down straight ahead in the Pré Rolland Park (13)
The Rue du Pont that you cross is the commercial street. There you will find food and much more.
The church is opened everyday from 8am to 8pm.