Visit the Priory area overlooking the valley of the Couarde at the northern entrance of the town. It consists mainly of a 12th century building, listed as an additional Historic Monuments, which housed, formerly Benedictine Abbey dependent Déols. The convent buildings are adjoined to the north façade of the church and consist of a basement, two floors and an attic. In the 15th century, a flag was attached to the north of the priory. The western façade is enhanced by two large buttresses. A stone stairway was built parallel to the wall and has an awning itself protected by a stone sink. The berries are from three different periods: the small rectangular windows at the top and bottom of the front are the 12th century, the mullioned windows are broken in the 15th century and large windows slightly sprung on them dating from the 18th century. In the east court, a building containing a bread oven was built on the site of an old dovecote. Dependencies of the priory, two barns porteaux, also of great architectural interest that the City Council wanted to save by buying this heritage. Since 2000, the two farm buildings have been beautifully renovated to house the town hall, library, a digital public space and a showroom. Finally, the town, already awarded a first prize County Heritage, has been adoubée by the National Council of towns and villages in bloom. The Benedictine priory is now tipped to host the Future European House of Poetry in George Sand's country.
Finally you can also visit the garden located on Beauregard Road Belleplace vines mingling with his former offices of vineyard, and orchard belonging to the common Le Magny.