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Atmospheric, fascinating, dramatic. For a very small fee we got subterranean chapel with curved walls that follow the rock formations, great halls with amazing views, drawbridge remains, a beautiful restored spiral staircase. And two wonderfully bizarre plaster and wood props from '70s and 80's movies...More
As you approach Le Barroux and see the hilltop village, the Chateau crowns it perfectly and makes the whole thing very photogenic.
The village itself is a sleepy place and a delight to stroll slowly around; and a walk up to the castle provides fabulous...More
The views from the chateau de Barroux are spectacular, it’s nearly worth going there just to take a picture. The place itself is being restored slowly, and a fine job is being done to it. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. So much history here. The...More
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