Trinité Abbey Church
This church combines elements from various periods; decorative openwork of the amazing Flamboyant Gothic west front contrasts with a plain Romanesque 12C bell tower, 80m high. Inside, the transept is an 11C vestige. The nave, begun in the mid-14C, was not finished until the early 16C. The primitive transept crossing capitals are noteworthy, as is the 14C chancel, with stained-glass from the same period and handsome late-15C stalls.