The church is an intrinsic part of the old city of Aubagne, a typical Mediterranean city of narrow streets that was once entirely surrounded by walls pierced by seven entrances. The Eglise Saint-Sauveur was built during the 11th century and is reminiscent of the ancient Roman architectural style. It is known for its beautiful organ and the historical sites nearby, including the clock tower and bell tower. Check website for Mass timings.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious