The church of Savigny was a priory and a dependency of the collegiate of Sainte-Barbe-en-Auge. It mostly dates from the end of the 11th century and early 12th century. The nave, whose walls retain traces of fish bone pattern bonding, gives onto the choir, via a bay which was re-worked in the 15th century and flanked in the 16th and 17th centuries by two chapels forming a transept. The choir culminates in an apse, currently disfigured by a modern sacristy. The building retains a remarkable collection of wall paintings which are mostly from the 14th century, as well as an interesting Romanesque sculpted decoration.