Located in the Morvan Park, the church of Blanot dates from the 12th century and is known in particular for its Eucharistic miracle of 31 March 1331.
On that Easter day, a fragment of host fell on the tablecloth and turned into a drop of blood. This relic is kept in the church. For several centuries, the church hosted a pilgrimage at Easter and Pentecost.
Today, you will discover a church whose choir was restored in 1957 and which houses contemporary stained glass windows (1994), as well as paintings, a 16th century wooden Christ and a high altar (1997).