This 15th-century castle, dotted with spooky gargoyles, was salvaged from the verge of destruction during the 1920s. Its Renaissance wing contains artworks and antiques dating from the 15th to 19th centuries, as well as a superb twisted spiral staircase created from one solid block of stone. Each year, the Château hosts La Fête Renaissance, a Renaissance Festival in late April, and Festival des Musiques d'Eté, a Music and Arts festival that stretches from July to September.