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This chateau has been extensively restored and the extent of the restoration is itself of interest. There was a medieval festival taking place when we visited and parking was difficult. There is a car park, but it was full as were most of the surrounding...More
At only 5 Euros this chateau is well worth visiting. Its sad story of how many times it has been destroyed and the work that has been done to restore it is amazing and well worth supporting. There is a good description of the rooms...More
The Chateau is a must see for anyone visiting Le Barroux, which is a very quiet village built on a rocky outcrop overlooking the surrounding plains. The Chateau was not open very often, this being quiet season although we could walk around the outer walls...More
Before the Nazis torched this place as they withdrew in 1944, this may have been pretty neat. In the 60s restoration started but with a mix of results ranging from decent to sad with some downright bad. If you have a good imagination it is...More
The person responsible for opening this chateau to the public couldn't be bothered to turn up for work leaving 8 tourists standing outside. I have visited this chateau before and was disappointed not to be able to show it to my guest.
This Castle is very impressive from afar. Unfortunately, the building suffered from a fire during WWII and was never properly restored afterward. It makes a nice stop if you visit the Mont Ventoux, but it isn't worth a special trip.
We came across this almost by chance having seen the Chateau symbol on the map as we drove through on the main road. Initially the signs weren't good, rough car park up a rough track. We were in two minds whether to continue but having...More