I have been to this castle before,but a few years back.I noticed it was open in December for a small entrance fee. I thought it had previously been free,which as there is nothing to see from the inside,it should be. We paid two or three Euros and went into a new reception area housing glass display cabinets.These seemed to house sundry books and files with one having an umbrella in pride of place.What an opportunity missed to display a potted history of the castle and its inhabitants over the centuries. Going outside there is a sad,untended garden,and an excavated site showing stonework which could have had any purpose,but with no translation of the one and only sign,remained a mystery. A large area is covered with a garish red brick,which may form some sort of irrigation or drainage,take your pick.
This castle is more impressive from the outside,frankly I would view it from there.
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