Built at the end of the 16C, the neo-Baroque façade was added in 1870. The dome has eight large windows and its covering supports the lead globe and cross, symbols of the Carthusians. Inside, the nave is the result of a campaign of works undertaken by architect Delamonce in the 18C. At the transept crossing is the baldaquin (1738), whose four columns support the crown, from which drapes tumble abundantly. A true gem of Baroque style.