The town is part of the circuit of Vézère Valley.
The church was rebuilt in the 14th century, has many masterpieces including an altarpiece of the seventeenth, eighteenth century. It covers the statues of St Martin and St Etienne Aubazine. In addition, wall paintings of the thirteenth, fourteenth and seventeenth centuries were discovered during work in the church. This setting is located in the choir of the church, is an altarpiece painted. Some patterns are representative of the baroque iconography. The patterns and texts of the medallions have the theme of the Annunciation.
The site Comborn, pride orgnacois, which remain today the tower and buildings, overlooking the valley on a rocky promontory surrounded on three sides by the Vézère. This site was home to the Middle Ages one of the most powerful aristocratic dynasties of the Lower Limousin: Viscounts of the Comborn.