Church of Saint-Vincent de Brézé
Historic site and monument

Church of Saint-Vincent de Brézé

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Discover the Saint Vincent de Brézé church in Bellevigne-les-Châteaux. Built at the end of the 1904th century in local tufa, in place of an old chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary, the Saint Vincent church was consecrated in XNUMX.

The Church was built between 1898 and 1903 by Hardion, inspired by the Plantagenet art of the Saumur abbeys.

It was built thanks to the generosity of the Lord of Brézé, and was to replace the old church of the village, placed on the outskirts of the Dive.

The Saint Vincent church has a plan in the shape of a Latin cross and reveals a sumptuous octagonal bell tower, placed at the intersection of the nave and the transept.

The main entrance is preceded by an open gallery in the "Plantagenêt" style with five large arches and beautiful wrought iron gates.

The main entrance porch is decorated with a high relief presenting Christ and the apostles.

Inside the church, a Gothic style dominates, presenting numerous sculptures, including a magnificent Stations of the Cross, a high altar, an old pulpit, stained glass windows and a beautiful baptistery.

The nave is vaulted in an Angevin Gothic style and houses many decorations relating to the work of the vine.

Finally, the choir is decorated with carved wooden stalls, to discover absolutely!

Useful information

Spoken languages
  • French
Services Visit
  • Free visits
Equipments Leisure facilities
  • Playground
Bathroom installation
  • Public toilets
  • Parking
  • Parking nearby
Eco-responsible approach
  • Sustainable development equipment
  • Management of waste
Adapted tourism criteria
  • Wheelchair accessible with assistance
  • Walkway on one level




    5 Church Square
    49400 Bellevigne-les-Chateaux


    200m from the Château de Brézé.