Chapelle Saint Gautier
Close to the church, between trees lining the path, you can see the chapel at the end with its white dressed limestone walls. Legend has it that Saint Gautier caused a spring to flow out of the earth near his hermitage with a single stroke of his shepherd's crook. The spring waters were said to cure diseases of the eye and soon became the object of a fervent cult. The chapel you see today was built over the spring in the 16th century and remained a place of pilgrimage for many years.