Further on, the old castle, currently undergoing restoration, bears witness to the power of the local lords. It was built at the end of the twelfth century and has kept part of its square surrounding walls and its towers. The archaeological digs that have been carried out since 1982 have carried along the creation of a Heritage Interpretation Centre within the seigneurial home. The thirteenth century front of the Hôtel Dieu, running alongside the street to the market, shows just how important this building was in the Middle Ages.
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A historical visit guide and a detailed map of the tour, as well as a discovery booklet, are given by the Tourist service for a walk with your family.