A legend has it that a shepherd once saw a bull kneeling in front of a bush in the Esclaux plain. While approaching he discovers a small statue of the Virgin Mary. He removes the statue, and a water source squirts out from that same place. The shepherd decides to quickly bring the statue to the church of Saint-Mézard. The next day, the statue was no-longer at the church and was found in its original location. This newly found water source rapidly becomes a place of worship and leads to the construction of a neogothic style chapel, resulting in a pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin Mary.
Go dip your hands in the water source, you never know if another miracle can happen.