Notre Dame Church is the town’s main parish church in the heart of the town centre. The urban power, often in disagreement with that of the abbot, had set up its first town hall in this square. The church is a fine Gothic building, the porch of which spread out onto the square and was destroyed just before the French Revolution. Inside, the architectural homogeneity is quite remarkable and a beautiful light lights up this very stark building that Pidou-Berlu watches over.
Opening / Closing : Parish: Monday to Saturday from 10am to 12pm and Friday from 2pm to 4pm. To consult the schedules of religious services, go to the Tourist Office or on www.egliseinfo.catholique.fr