The nave is partly the oldest and dates from the early 11th century. It is covered with a framework, probably rebuilt in the 16th century. On the North of the nave was added, in the 14th century, a collateral restored in the 19th century. The two-bay choir, finished by a flat openwork chevet of two large semicircular windows, is from the end of the 12th century or the beginning of the 13th century. It is covered with vaults Angevin on warheads and liernes.
This church houses four stained glass windows depicting a baptism of St. Martin and a charity, a St. Martin bishop and charity, St. Martin ordained exorcist by St. Hilary, and the death of St. Martin. It also houses a statue of St. Martin Bishop.
The church is listed as a Historic Monument in 1999.
|Address||9 Place de l'Église (View with gmap)