Built at the top of a hill with a breath-taking view over the village of Cudrefin and Lake Neuchâtel, the charming church of St. Théodule is a building filled with history.
First Catholic, then Reformed from the 15th century, the Gothic style church is composed of a vast vaulted choir, in which one can observe various coats of arms, of a chapel, a bell tower, without forgetting decorative and figurative paintings. It was restored several times between 1897 and 1914, then between 1984 and 1991. The architecture and the breath-taking panorama delight more than one visitor. Many weddings take place on weekends.
Today, the charming building belongs to the Reformed parish Vully-Avenches.