According to 18e century public records, the Abbey would have been founded by Saint-Louis, King of France.
It displays all the architectural characteristics of this period: the Gothic style of the beginning of the 13e century with its cross-ribs and decorated portal.
Nowadays, remain three Gothic arcades and carved stones.
During the renovation works started in 1988, foundations have been delved up: two pillars of the transept, numerous broken pieces and some carved stones almost intact, including plinthes of the cloister and a statue of the portal figuring a behaeded biblic king.
The Abbey was listed as a national historic monument in 1995.