The main attraction in town is its medieval castle. This well-preserved fortress dates back to the 11th century and sits atop a hill, providing panoramic views of the town and surrounding countryside.
It’s pleasant to take a stroll through the small historic center to admire its traditional architecture, narrow streets, and charming houses.
The town has maintained its medieval character, and you’ll find interesting landmarks such as the pillory near the castle.
With a perfect location and an exterior that easily blends into the town’s medieval atmosphere, this four-star hotel is a challenge. I believe that the interior and service are up to the image, but I didn’t go in, as the overnight stay was scheduled further on.