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This country château was built in the early 16th century by Galiot de Genouillac, who, as master of the king's stables, was one of Francis I of France's most valued advisors. Demolitions were carried out in the 18th century, but still standing is the west wing, its monumental portal, decorative façades and staircase, all fine examples of the art nouveau of the early Renaissance.

Many remains and a contemporary installation provide visitors with an overview of the overall plan of this château, which was described as “one of the finest houses” of its time.