Commarque Castle

Of course it is, the castle of Commarque is the most famous. Thanks to the co-seigneuries that succeeded one another from the 12th to the 15th century, there is not a single ruin on the site, but many remains of all these castles. The guided tour will explain why the castle was built here. What's more, you'll marvel at the beauty of the Beune Valley surrounding area. Commarque organises workshops every summer and offers a variety of activities throughout the year to interest young and old alike. You're sure to come away enthralled!

Château de Commarque

The fortress of Miremont

Less well known (for the moment), the Fortress of Miremont also has well-hidden assets in the heights of Mauzens-et-Miremont. From the D47, you can only see part of the building, so come closer! Forgotten for two centuries, it is thanks to the efforts of the owners, as well as volunteers who have come to help with restoration work, that the fortress still dominates the rocky outcrop. To get the most out of the Manaurie valley, don't hesitate to take a stroll along the many pathways. hiking trails surrounding this unusual site. Not open to visitors this year.

Château de l'Herm

And for a final rendez-vous off the beaten track, the château de l'Herm is ideal! An authentic building set amidst the woods of RouffignacIt was the setting for the filming of the television adaptation of Jacquou le Croquant. A place of imagination par excellence. Currently being restored, it opens its doors for special events such as Château en Fête and the Heritage Days. 

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