- Crédits photo : Jean-Pierre Gobillot
This small 12th century church, surrounded by its ancient cemetery, has an incomparable charm with its bell tower-comb, unique in the Charolais-Brionnais. The restoration was carried out in two stages. In 2008, the choir was restored and the majority of the stained glass windows were changed. In 2011, the exterior walls were repaired, as well as the roof and drainage around the building. In the right-hand chapel, a modern stained glass window has been placed, representing Saint Martin, patron saint of the parish.