This picturesque medieval village is dominated by the ruins of its ancient château, with the remains of two monumental towers, the old dungeon, and two chapels.

Angles-sur-l’Anglin is one of France’s Plus Beaux Villages (Most Beautiful Villages). The riverside town has many old buildings; floral adornments; and the peaceful, bucolic ambience of a bygone era.

Visitors will enjoy wandering the cobblestone streets and shopping at antique stores and artisan boutiques. The village is renowned for its traditional handmade embroidery.

Just outside of the village is an amazing prehistoric site, the Roc-aux-Sorciers, which reveals engravings of bison, horses, lions, and other figures created by Cro-Magnon people 15,000 years ago.