Completely unspoilt and not touristy. Wander around at leisure. Spectacular views and photogenic location
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beautiful castle, well preserved. worth a visit during the spring when all trees and flowers are blossoming. half of it is closed for the owners who live in it. very easy walking.
We stumbled over Berze le Chatel by accident, while taking the tourist route to Cluny/Macon (D17). We were captivated by the site and drove up to the castle not realising that we were able to actually pay and walk in. It wasn't very expensive (less...More
This is a magnificent chateau from a distance. We were not able to go in as it was a Monday...closed. But the view of it was spectacular. I believe you can only visit outside anyway, but even a drive by was worth it.
We were expecting a visit inside the Chateau, but it wasn't apparent until after we had purchased the tickets that it would be a guided tour around the Chateau. Unfortunately, the tour was in French and we were handed a sheet of information about the...More
We went to this chataux and had a guided tour which lasted an hour. It was very interesting with the guide speaking excellent English and she was very knowledgeable. I think it is great that the owners are continuing to look after the building and...More
My best friend and I rented bikes from Cluny and biked here - it was a pretty hilly trek but so worth it. This was the highlight of my trip. We biked the old train path through a mountain and this was waiting on the...More
Crusader Castle built by Hugh de Berze. Fortified and in a prominent position overlooking the valley down to Macon and just east of Cluny. Good guides.