Savigny’s Notre-Dame Church dates for the most part from the 12th century. It has a unique Romanesque nave. The bay was rebuilt in the 16th century. Outside the nave and chancel, the walls are built on numerous interesting corbels dating from the 12th century. Murals from the 14th century, including the cycles of Saint Barbe and the Last Supper. Low relief: Christ in majesty on stone, from 12 th century. Statue of Saint Barbe. Painted stone from 16th century.
- Covered picnic area
- Groups welcome