Not sure I would like visiting in the high season, it was busy on a chilly September day. However it is very picturesque and interesting especially if you pay the E5 for the audio guide, available in english. This is very informative and well done. The price also covers a trip up the ramparts.
If the history does not interest your there are lots of restaurants and craft/gift shops.
There is also a very helpful tourist information desk.
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