In 1305, King Henry the 1st has resolved to built a turn, called as The Voués Turn (Voués means Defensers), in order to protect the houses of slaves. The access to the Turn was made by a hole pierced in the rampart. This hole is still visible, but now walled up.
The vestiges of walls and castle of Baccarat, built in 1330, were accessible by a huge and vaulted passage, still used nowadays by residents and tourists.
Free guided tour, outside.