Built by St Étienne and his companions in the 12C and affiliated to the Cistercian order in 1147, the abbey comprises several monastic buildings which house a chapter room, scriptorium, kitchen and dormitory. A fishpond, fountain and the garden of the 12C cloisters may also be visited. No visits on Sunday mornings. Closed on Monday.
No self-guided visits, guided visits of about 1h30 without prior reservation. Please arrive at the entrance of the abbey at least 5/10 minutes before the start of the visit. Opening hours: see the Abbey's website.
Covid-19 Information: Health pass required. Health measures are in place to protect visitors and our volunteers . Wearing a mask is mandatory and physical distances must be respected while maintaining an impeccable quality of welcome and visit.