In the hollow of a wooded valley, the architecture of this Château has seen 2000 years of history. Built on the square bases of a Roman camp, then a fortress in the Middle Ages, the stone bridge and dry moat of which can still be seen, the château then became a leisure property in the Renaissance.

A Renaissance jewel in a green setting, this quadrilateral castle surrounded by corner towers with domes and lanterns, one of which houses the chapel, the largest being machicolated, curtain wall, the main building with a square wing, main courtyard, 2 Renaissance pavilions, a beautiful monumental fireplace from the early 17th century.

The entrance fee includes the visit free of the chapel and the imperial tower (30 mn) as well as the conducted tour of the lounges of the castle (30 mn) where is a stone sculptured chimney attributed to Germain Pilon.



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