At 15 km from Vézelay
The Roman road of Agrippa cuts right through the village, used by the pilgrims in the middle ages and afterwards by Napoleon I coming home from Elba. The village is built on the left bank of the Cure around a small XII century church next to the exhumed Merovingian tombs.
Nearby, rebuilt on the remains of a feudal residence, the castle is surrounded by moats.
On the opposite bank is a beautiful wash house with large openings, protected by a roof constructed in four parts. Another feature, located on an small island accessible by two small bridges, is an edifice provided with the water of a little creek.