In the 17th century, to combat a plague epidemic, Saint-Ybard placed itself under the protection of Saint-Roch. The chapel and miraculous fountain of Saint Roch are located to the north of the village, barely hidden by the trees. The saint is celebrated every year around 15 August.
The Garaboeuf park has recently been converted into a cultural and historical area featuring the Garaboeuf castle, the Saint-Eparche fountain and various sculptures. The park is not only a tourist attraction with its landscaped grounds, it is also a place for relaxation and leisure activities, with a footpath, fishing pond, picnic area, bowling green and children's play area.
From the village, walk 5 km to discover the natural site of the Bialet waterfalls, the starting point for a hike. The site is equipped for picnics.