The castle of Fénelon
feudal fortress of the black Périgord
Enrolled in a double enclosure, the Fénelon Castle to the roof in lauze rises its powerful silhouette above the Valley of the Dordogne. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful castles of the Périgord. He was the birthplace of François de Salignac de la Mothe Fénelon (1651-1715), Archbishop of Cambrai, tutor of the children of France and author of the "Adventures of Telemmaque". Built on a succession of Rocky terraces, he skillfully mixes the Warrior character of the middle ages with the elegance of the Renaissance.
Fénelon is one of the few monuments of Sarladais to preserve its roof of lauzes. You can admire, a collection of weapons and armor, a beautiful furniture and objets d'art from the XVth to the eighteenth centuries. Free and shady parking.
Allow 1 hour to 1 h 30 for a complete free visit (outdoor and indoor).
Adult group: €8.00 reserved for travel agencies, autocarers, clubs and associations
Child from 5 to 11 years: €5.50
Teenager aged 12 to 17: €6.50
Student under 26 years: €8 on proof
Kindergarten group: €3.00
Primary group: €4.50
Secondary/high school group: €5.50
Dates and Times
Open from the Passover to the Saints
Exceptionally, the castle will remain open to visitors every day from 2pm to 5pm, except on Tuesdays and Saturdays, until Monday 15 November inclusive, due to the official release of Ridley SCOTT's film "The Last Duel", which was partly shot in Fénelon castle.
Sanitary pass and mask mandatory for the visit
Wearing a mask is mandatory after the ticket office.
Respect physical distances.