Notre-Dame de l’Epine
The Basilica of l’Epine is a masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art built in the XVth and XVIth century. In 1400, shepherds are said to have discovered a miraculous statue of the Virgin and Child in a burning thornbush. The current church would have been built to house the statue. The cult has developed to the point of making it the subject of one of the great pilgrimages in the north of the kingdom.
You can admire its very well-preserved original furniture, its many gargoyles, a rood screen from the end of the 15th century whose right arcade houses the statue of the Virgin, the origin of the reputation of the place.