fortress in the Middle Age and priory at the turning point of the
the first castle
was burnt down at the time of the Wars of Religion. The present
castle goes back to 1663.
In the style of the Louis XIII period, and registered in the survey
of Historical Monuments, it is surrounded with a park in the hundred-year-old trees drawn by Bühler and preceded by a formal garden.
It is also displaying the charm of a home the same family have lived in since 1732.
During the visit, you will see beautiful pieces of furniture, printings
and valuables, like the very interesting collection of 500 engravings
recalling Henry IV, or a complete wardrobe of men's costumes from
the 18th century, etc… It is
a lovely walk through the time and history of South West France,
with the evocation of the Age of Enlightenment or the Napoleonic