This pretty little church is under the names of St. Peter and St. Paul. It comprises a long nave, with vestiges of an opus spicatum wall, bearing witness to its 11th century origins. The choir (13th century) is far narrower. A seigniorial chapel was added in the 15th century. The pyramidal freestone spire (restored in the 1st quarter of the 19th century) is similar to that of the Church of St. Michael of Vaucelles in Caen (both unique in Normandy).