This church is only open in July and August to visitors, but it is well worth a walk to see it. It is unique and the amount of work that has gone into its ongoing restoration is quite breathtaking. There is lots of information about the artefacts and restoration in both English and French. The volunteers are helpful and polite. I could have spent a lot longer in here, but my children didn't find it quite as engaging as I did. The history of the church goes right back to 11th century and there is so much to absorb. The church also has a beautiful garden that you can walk.
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