The chateau is still being restored but this has been achieved without destroying the feeling that you might be back in the middle ages. Well fortified and strategically positioned, it's a fascinating place which has had a chequered history. There is an informative printed guide, available in several languages. There is a lot of walking and also stairs to climb so wear comfortable footwear and be sure to take a sun-hat if it's hot.
An interesting place for older children but not for younger ones. It's worth going just for the views.
It's well worth taking the time to explore the unspoiled mediaeval village, which still retains its character and has not become a commercial tourist centre, such as Les Baux de France.
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