Churches and holy heritage

Besides Saint-Andoche basilica, Saulieu has a church with a very original wood shingle roof (Saint-Saturnin church).

Rouvray's Saint-Didier church dates back to the XVth century.

Saint-Andéol church of Saint-Andeux (XVIth century.) have a big pyramid-shaped-roof tower.

The ancient church of Saint-Léger-de-Fourches (XIth century) nearby Champeau-en-Morvan have been rebuilt during the XIXth century.

La-Motte-Ternant's Saint-Martin church (XIe s.) was formerly a chapel (reworked at XIVth century). This church is a mix between Caroligian and Roman heritage.

At Saint-Germain-de-Modéon remains church from the XVIIIth century.