Description: Coudray Salbart is an exceptional castle, initially by its fast evolution and changes of program which one affected over one short period (a little more of the quarter of century). Its architecture is deeply influenced by the Plantagenet uses: Profiles of the turns in fine, which one finds with the castle of Loaches before 1205. The principal part of the castle shows a flanked quadrangular enclosure of six round towers, all different. They are connected by a sheath, a long corridor spared in the thickness of the walls. Tens of arched rooms, defended by archères, testify to the quality of the construction and its excellent state of conservation.