The Chateau de Pechrigal is a medieval castle with a majestic entrance.
The castle has a distinguished history under the Séguy family
under the ancien regime. It passed to the Perie and Dreyffus families
and then to Léo Ferré one of the greatest composers
and writers of French songs in modern times (ranked along with Georges
Brassens and Jacques Brel).
Built in the 14th century the Chateau has recently been completely
renovated, and is available for exclusive hire, weddings and other
family events, vacations and corporate events.