Castle Tours : France
To 35 mn from Toulouse, discover the bedrooms of Catherine de Médicis and Aiceline Baroness.
Bed and breakfast, weddings, seminars and events in a marvellous place of the XVIIIth century.
Large grounds in the heart of a medieval village. Personal welcome by the owners for the success of your stay.
Le chateau medieval de Tremazan est situe à la pointe de la Bretagne pres de Portsall. Le site presente les informations architecturales, historiques, legendaires liees au chateau. On y trouve aussi la vie de l'association et des projets en cours (datation des poutres, travaux de consolidation, expositions ...) Pour finir le site comprend un jeu-questionnaire sur chateau et plus generalement le moyen-age
The official site of 15th century Chateau de Val in the Auvergne region of France.
Extensive site about the vast 14th century royal castle, today in the suburbs of Paris. With links to the virtual exhibition 'The Age of King Charles V (1338-1380)' En français.
One among the only medieval fortresses still alive,inhabited and in a perfect condition .
Fortified buildings of the Languedoc-Roussillon, including "Cathar Castles" and the later works of the French military genius de Vauban.
One of the last medieval castles. When the building was completed ,in the beginning of the 16th century, the Middle-Ages were really passe. Description and history, in french.
Web site containing about 30 castles situated in Auvergne, a region of France, and neighborhood with pictures and commentaries in French.
Photos of castles in Lorraine in eastern France with explanations on the monuments. Site in french.
Nearby the Cap Frehel: Fort La Latte: the lords de Goyon and lords of Matignon, built the castle of the Roche-Goyon in the middle of XIV century.
All about the greatest medieval city of western Europe, the cathar fortified city of Carcassonne.
Despite the revisions, the castle of Montrottier still preserves significant elements of medieval military architecture.
Isolated on a rockey spur and protected (northward by the " Great Pit", bed of the river "Fier" in the Quaternary, the Nunns Towe, dates back to the XIIIth century and has some architectural caracteristics of a "maison forte", without being one, strictly speaking. Thus this tower is the oldest part of the castle, castle which took shape over the centuries.