Rebuilt and enlarged in the 17th and 18th centuries, the current owners took over these ruins in 2004 and have since undertaken a
Discover all the châteaux in Pays de la Loire including, of course, those along the Loire itself, as well as other equally majestic monuments that make up the region's history.
Classified as a historical monument in 1928, the Bessay castle is now a private property open to the public.
Built between the 13th and 16th century, the castle had two 400m compounds with square and round towers, a donjon and seigneurial
Octave de Rochebrune lived here and left his print: a neo-Renaissance fountain and an antic inspired bridge.