The late 15th century feudal manor house (private property) built
on a small hillock is situated in an attractive spot. A spiral
staircase, sculpted, mullioned windows and a four-centred arched
doorway all serve as reminders of a time when the impressive
building was, in fact, a seven-towered castle.
A network of hiking trails link Monsac to the chief town of the
canton. A circular walk enables Monsac to be viewed from all
angles and those who see it like this cannot help but fall in love
with the charming village.
• Theatrical evening in February.
• Choral evening in April.
• Village festival organised by the Village Social Committee
(Amicale laïque) on the first Sunday of June.
School and Village Social Committee Fête (‘boules’ competition, a
variety of events, school show, thematic exhibitions).
• The church was built on the foundations of a building dating
• The flora and fauna of Monsac’s hilly, rugged countryside is
rich and diverse.