the first impression from this place is that it has a lot of history. each and every one of the buildings you can see are hundreds of years old and to meander through the old town without a direct route is a delight for tourists. the souvenir shops sell typical products of the region and are very good, but you should get your wallet ready, because it's a town that lives off of tourists. however, it is beautiful and highly recommended.
This place is so much better than it looks from the outside. The facade conceals the underground and overhead rooms, a main hall, a living weapon, a kitchen, several rooms, a chapel, a dungeon, a dungeon and cellar. This fort has many defensive elements: mansard, machicolation, fire hydrants, loopholes. It is a very historical place, with many artifacts from prehistoric times.
Instinctively, the first men (referring to first Homo sapiens, sapiens) chose the Périgord, so this region has something. It boasts the world's largest concentration of natural and prehistoric caves, castles, mansions and manor houses, where the peculiar stone of this region when satiated with the sun reflects a golden light. Beyond its own culture, and its people, I want to stress how wonderful the food is. A paradise for truffles, foie gras, mushrooms, "confit", pasta and other dried meats from the field, and we can't forget the Wine...you can find some of the best in the world