This small, highly modified Romanesque church, dedicated to the
holy doctor of Poitou, is agreeably located at the northern edge
of the municipal park. A fountain of living water and tall
foliage make a pleasant, rather unusual setting.
It has a short nave with one bay. The interior of the lateral
walls consists of an arcature dressed with a full arch on
pilasters, very indiscreetly completed in the 19th century,
which supports a barrel vault of rubble stone formerly renovated.
Next, an arched bay with a harmonious dome on pendentives, whose
pillars topped with chamfered transoms are bare of any
sculpture. It originally held the bygone steeple.
Inside the church, a stele pays
tribute to the children of Saint Hilaire who died for France.
At the time of the ceremony of May 8, 2007, the stele was
inaugurated in homage to two new heroes died in combat during
the Second World War:
-Mr. Lucien CÚsar Emile Noiret
-Mr. Louis De Banes Gardonne