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  • 1 Gourdan castle

    XVIIIth century classic style castle. Very beautiful formal garden and large orangery. Registered on the additional inventory of historic monuments.
    Gourdan
    07430 Saint-Clair
    Group adults: 3 €. Group rate available for > 20 people.
    From 01/05 to 31/10, daily.
    Ask the Tourist Information Office to visit this monument.
  • 2 Rivoire castle

    Rivoire castle was built in the early 18th century as a residence for leisure at the heart of a working farm.
    La Rivoire
    07690 Vanosc
    +33 (0)4 75 34 78 41
    Adult: 4 €. Group rate available for > 10 people.
    From 03/10/2016 to 30/06/2017.
    Closed saturday and sunday.
    Opening on demand for a group (at least 10 persons).
  • 3 Thorrenc castle

    It was built in 1360 by the Cardinal of Dovecote. The Southeast tower, is of the 15th century. More modest buildings of Renaissance style were leaned.
    07340 Thorrenc
    From 01/01 to 31/12, daily.
    Only visible from the outside. Private property.
  • 4 Vocance castle

    This building is registered on the inventory of Historic monuments. Its origin is quoted from 790. It was a considerable place of defense. Dismantled in 1586, a single Renaissance part remains.
    07690 Vocance
    From 01/01 to 31/12, daily.
    Private property, no visit allowed.
  • 5 Célestins castle

    Célestin castle-monastery, established by Cardinal Bertrand, was the headquarters and the refuge of the Catholics. The Célestin convent was destroyed by the Huguenots in 1560, then reconstructed in 1655.
    Les Célestins
    07430 Colombier-le-Cardinal
    Private property, no visit allowed.
  • 6 Varagnes domain

    Magnificent property having belonged to Marc Seguin. There are a large park, a greenhouse with mural paintings, a chapel, laboratories, a library, an observatory..., all register as Historic Monuments since 1992.
    Varagnes
    07100 Annonay
    Prices not available.
    All year round, daily.
    Opening on demand for a group.

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