The center of the commune features a number of fine farmhouses and, above all, a magnificent medieval dungeon-tower dating from the 12th century.
Saint-Séverin, part of the commune of Nandrin, is a stopover on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. It’s also here that you’ll find the superb Romanesque church of Saints-Pierre-et-Paul, everything to admire both inside and out.
Villers-le-Temple, another village, keeps in its patronymic the vestiges of the history of the Templar order.
A few walks will allow you to discover farms, manors, mills, chapels attesting to a very interesting historical heritage.