Built in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, this church owes its fame in part to the proximity of George Sand’s house. However, its picturesque style which is completed by a ‘guenillère’ (a porch where beggars used to sit), means it is interesting in its own right. It also houses carved stone capitals and some traces of frescoes. Nearby : Montgivray : church of Saint Saturnin, twelfth, thirteenth, and fifteenth centuries, capitals, nineteenth century paintings, porch.
- Individual visit : yes