La Coste castle
Michelin Guide
Civil and military monument
The Michelin Guide's review
The bishops of Cahors owned the Lot valley from Cahors to Puy-l'Évêque, and Grézels marked one of the outer limits of their fief. They built this castle in the 12C to defend the entrance to their territory. Transformed into a fortified castle during the Hundred Years War by the Guiscards and restored in the 14C and 16C, it fell into disuse after the Revolution. Small wine museum in the cellars.
46700 Grezels
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