There is a parking lot (GPS: 43.515008, 6.241345), located next to the castle. After leaving the car, you can immediately go to the castle garden (A; GPS: 43.515152, 6.242831), designed in the form of the maze. In the center of the garden there is a fountain containing a rock and the astrolabe-like sculpture. The creator of this garden was André Le Notre, who also designed the Versailles gardens. In the garden, looking towards the fountain, stands a statue of Admiral Antoine Bruny d'Entrecasteaux, who was a researcher and sailor and was born here in 1737.
The castle (B; GPS: 43.515525, 6.243008) of Entrecasteaux is a solid fortress from eleventh century, enlarged in the fifteenth, sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. The castle tour is only possible with a guide at 16:00. In August, there are additional visits at 11:30. Ticket prices: adults - 8 €, students and children - 4 €.
Following the steep street next to the castle you come to the gothic church of Saint-Sauveur (C; GPS: 43.515222, 6.244263) from fourteenth century. On the other side of the castle there is a vantage point (D; GPS: 43.515370, 6.243989). From here you can see, among others, an interesting stone bridge and old farm buildings. The castle itself is equipped with a special place (cellar) (E; GPS: 43.515627, 6.243228), used to store ice.