Montresor is a small town, situated in the Loire Valley. It is listed as one of the "most beautiful villages in France". It is the perfect town to stop and enjoy an afternoon stroll through its cobbled streets and visit its tourist attractions. Similarly to almost all the municipalities in the area, it has its own castle, among many other interesting things, such as the church of San Juan Bautista and the Halle des Cardeux.
Montresor Castle is one of the most important tourist attractions of the beautiful village of Montresor, listed as one of the "most beautiful villages of France". You can't miss it, as soon as you enter the village you'll see the castle overlooking it. There's plenty of free parking nearby, and you'll need to climb a small hill to reach the castle. Admission for adults costs € 7. The Castle is fully furnished.
The Halle des Cardeux is a small museum housed in an old barn, which used to hold the local wool market. There is a small exhibition illustrating the life of the inhabitants of Montresor at the time and the work performed with the wool. It uses recreations with "dummies", models of the tools they used and recreations of some of the rooms furnished in addition to posters explaining the whole process. The exhibition is very small and there are several rooms that are empty, so although it is an interesting place to visit, if you don´t go there it´s not as if you are missing out on much. The entrance is free.
The Collegiate Church of San Juan Bautista is a must if you are sightseeing in the beautiful village of Montresor. It's black tower looms over virtually all parts of town. Entrance is free, and you can take photos inside. Inside, the windows and altars stand out. I especially liked the central altar and the stained glass window behind it, it's striking. Its exterior is Renaissance.