Don't miss Saint-Hippolyte, where the monks of Cluny developed a deanery to administer the agricultural estate, of which the church was the centre.
The remains of the present church date from the late 11th century. The church was originally a defensive system put in place by the monks to protect their lands. The nave collapsed in the 15th century. The church was used as a farm shed and was eventually abandoned.
Conservation campaigns are being carried out by the association "Le Renouveau de Saint Hippolyte" and the town council to make it easier for visitors to understand the architecture.