This church is one of the most charming in the region. It has three altarpieces. The one in the chancel, dating from the 17C, is dedicated to Saint Martin. Its wreathed columns are lavishly decorated. The two side altarpieces are more sober. The panelling, depicting the Virgin Mary and the Baby Jesus, and the scene of the Burial of Christ, captured in an oval of wood, (18C) are also noteworthy.