The Sainte-Madeleine church and its majestic organ
The first church was built in 1826 by a priest who had come to take the waters. He turned his had to architecture and drew up the plans himself. The local inhabitants undertook the construction of their church themselves, working in the evenings after work and on Sundays. Completed two years later, the church of Sainte-Madeleine has a simple design and an elegant bell tower.
The organ is undoubtedly the most majestic object in this church with twelve of its stops dating from the 18th century. The instrument was modified in 1855 and is housed in a neo-Gothic case. It now has twenty-five organ stops. Outside to the left you can still see the home of the Goupil brothers, “Le Logis”.