The Moulin des Tours de Barbaste is a picturesque fortress-like 13th-century mill that stands on the right bank of the Gélise near Nérac. Once the retreat of Henry of Navarre, the future King Henry IV, it boasts four square towers and is flanked by a ten-arched Romanesque bridge proudly spanning the river.
Cross to the other side of the water for a beautiful view of the whole scene: mill, old bridge and peaceful river!
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