In Breteuil-sur-Iton, visit a church whose origins go back to the origination of Normandy.

This Romanesque church was built using a pretty stone called "grison stone from the Pays d’Ouche" in the 11th century, which makes it unique. It was given in the middle of the 11th century to the Abbey of Lyre by one of William the Conqueror's main collaborators. It comprises a long nave in the shape of a cross that houses a 16th century organ case and a polychrome wooden framework adorned with narrative scenes for effect. It was in this church that the wedding of Adele, William the Conqueror's daughter, and the Count of Blois was celebrated in the 11th century.

Spoken languages

  • French



Means of payment

  • Carte bleue
  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash



  • Free parking
  • Restaurant


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