The first building burned down in 1418, so a second one was built in the flamboyant Gothic style. Destroyed at the time of the Wars of Religion, all that remains of it is the bell tower with a fragment of the portal. From 1650 to 1669, Saint-Sauveur was rebuilt. The church burned down again in 1705, except for the façade. At the back of it, a simple building has been rebuilt, whose interior, vaulted with arches and ribs, isn’t lacking in charm. Saint-Sauveur Church reopened in 2008 after 13 years of restoration work.
Ouverture Du mardi au samedi : 10h à 12h30 - 14h30 à 18h
Dimanche : 16h à 19h