> Notre-Dame du Bec Abbey : This historic monument is the property of the French State, but the abbey is still lived in by Benedictine monks whose production of hand-made pottery contributes to its present-day reputation. The magnificent, soaring Saint-Nicolas Tower dominates the surrounding religious buildings, including the 17th-century cloister with its exceptionally peaceful atmosphere.
> L'Eglise Saint-André: originally erected in 1039, the village church of Saint-André depended, right up to the Revolution, on the abbey. Then, in 1792, the tomb of the Blessed Hellouin was transferred into this church. Now, though, his tomb has been placed back in the heart of the abbey.
> Le monastère Sainte-Françoise Romaine: two kilometres from the abbey, 26 nuns live in this convent, following the rule of Saint-Benedict, in buildings constructed since 1950.