Château de Balsac and Prieuré du Sauvage Monastery
- The château’s round towers and keep watch over the village of Balsac. Some of the Renaissance-style castle was burnt down in 1570. Several families have lived here: the Glandières, Faramond and Serres families. The building was listed as a Monument Historique in 2007. An American couple bought it and turned their home into a B&B.
- Monks from the Gramond order built the Prieuré du Sauvage in the late 12th century before it was abandoned and looted in the late 19th century. Les Amis du Prieuré du Sauvage association is now restoring it and hosts festivals and cultural events here.