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Berzé castle is a XIII century fortress. Under Louis XI, it was reputed to be impregnable. It is equiped with ingenious defence systems, 13 towers and three enclosures which shelter gardens, orchards and vegetable gardens. While taking a walk in the terrassed gardens which hide a Carolingian chappel and dominate the Mâconnais region, you will enjoy a magnificent view of the Val Lamartinien and the wineyards.

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Last update : 24/04/2018

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