|The construction of the castle of Fayrac, encircled with a double enclosure, began in XIIIth century. |
It was an English forward position in the Hundred Years War, built to watch over Beynac, on the opposite bank, where the French were holed up.
There are two lodging houses: one of the end of the XVIth century, other one of the Renaissance with all slated pepper-pot towers.
A keep built in XIXth century is completing the edifice. It's unfortunately closed to the public.