In the 11th century, a Notre-Dame chapel was built on the site of the current church, The first fortified manor house was built during the same period and the village gradually built up around it.
The church reached its final dimensions in the 16th century under the reign of François I when it was dedicated to the the apostles, Saint Peter and Saint Paul, and consecrated in 1535.
In the 19th century, it was decorated in paintings that were typical of the style of that period. The building and most of the works of art are listed in the inventory of historical monuments.
The parish church of Saint Peter & Saint Paul was consecrated in 1535. It has undergone major restoration work twice, in 1995 and from 2005 to 2010. The work was blessed by Monseigneur Rey, the bishop of Fréjus. It is listed as a Historical Monument of regional interest.
The 16th-century facade bears an oculus and was modified in 1858 when the roof was raised.
The bell tower, also 16th-century, houses 3 bells which were cast in Lyon in 1892.
- Individual visits include : Unguided individual tours available permanentlyGuided individual tours available permanently
- Groups visits include : Guided group tours on request