You have to climb the hill to reach it but the church is worth the effort. It dates from the 12C; the granite bell tower is from the 15C. Admire the curious Romanesque apse before entering the church and, in the crypt, see the superb Entombment with life-size figures sculpted in coloured stone (18C). From the terrace there is a fine view over the town and the valley.
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