church, which has been undergone substantial alterations, with
its half-domed 12th century apse.
The church and graveyard are listed as Picturesque Sites.
• A ‘cluzeau’ (underground tunnels and/or caves) at Faugère.
• Château de
Cardoux (private property)
Former home to the Feytous, the Beaudet and the Saint-Exupéry
The main body of the château is medieval but it underwent
serious restoration work in the 15th century. Sturdy, round
towers stand at each corner although each one was beheaded
during the Revolution. On the southern facade Renaissance bays
are juxtaposed with arrow loopholes.
Although modern work has spoilt the château it still retains its
nobility of yore. The chapel was built post 1852 by the
architect, Vauthier. In 1775 one St Exupéry who became a sailor
and a Knight of the Maltese Cross before dying at Aboukir was
born in the château.