Possibly one of the most interesting an unexpected places I have been. The chateau is not one of the biggest in the area (others are enormous) but it was clearly built as a fortification and you can explore kilometres of underground caves and troglodyte houses underneath and beside the deepest dry moat in Europe.
You can visit two of three wings of the privately owned renaissance chateau, which is plenty. But the real interest is the underground caves, the fortifications and the vinyard wine tasting. The chap in the wine tasting room was happy to talk us through a variety of wines from the region and let us taste a good selection. We brought a picnic from the boulangerie and small supermarket in the nearby village (around 300m walk away) and ate it on a picnic table in the park. All in all it was incedible. Possibly helped by the small numbers of visitors.
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