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Châteaux of Aquitaine

This is the list of Châteaux in Aquitaine, it is a region in the south-western part of metropolitan France, along the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees mountain range on the border with Spain. It is composed of five department Dordogne, Lot et Garonne, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, Landes and Gironde.

We have listed 544 Chateaux in the Aquitaine region (including ruins and "lost" Châteaux), of which 260 have their own dedicated page. If you know of any Châteaux in Aquitaine that are not in our list, please let us know!

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http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail:Châteaux_de_France

Châteaux of Dordogne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Allas also known as Château de Ferrieresbuilt in the 15th centuryAllas-les-MinesPrivately owned- fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Château_de_Ferrières
Château à Ajat16th-17thcenturyAjatPrivately owned.
Château des Archevêques de Bordeaux15th, 16th centuryLamothe-MontravelOwned by the Municipality.
Château d'Auberoche12th centuryruined but the chapel St. Michel remains to the siteChangeThe chapel was listed as a historical monument in 1960.
Château d'Agonacin the 980 by the bishop Froitaire Gourdon to protect themselves to the Normansin good conditionAgonacThis is a private property.
Château d'Aucors 15th centuryrestored in the 17th centuryBeaussacIt is now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Piraud and it was listed as historical monument by order of Dec. 6, 1948.
Château à Bardou14th, 15th, 18th centuryBardouPrivately owned.
Château Barriârebetween 12th to 16th centuryRuinPârigueuxThe Château ruin is subject for protection under the historical monuments.
Château de Badefols-d'Ans14th, 15th, 17th centuryBadefols-d'AnsOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Bannes15th, 16th centuryIn good conditionBeaumontOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Baneuil 11th centuryBaneuilPrivate property but open to vistors in June-July and it is subject of a registration under the historical monuments since October 18, 1946.
Château de Bayac14th, 18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionBayacOwned by the Municipality.
Château des Bernardières12th, 17th centuryChampeaux-et-la-Chapelle-PommierPrivately owned.
Château de Beynac 12th century restored Beynac et CazenacAlready a private property
Château de Beausâjour15th - 16th centuryRuins but in the 20th century a farm bldg was replaceSaint-Apre TocanePrivate home.
Château de Beaulieu15th, 18th centuryMareuilPrivately owned.
Château de Beauregard15th, 16th, 17th centuryMareuilOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Beauvais1533In good conditionOwned by a private person but open to visitors.
Château de Bellegarde14th centuryIn good conditionLamonzie-MontastrucOwned by a private person.
Château de Bellussière11th, 12th centuryRudeau-LadossePrivately owned.
Château de Belvâs16th centuryIn good conditionBelvâsAlready a hotel name Hotel Commarque and it is subject to registration as a historic monument since Dec. 6, 1948.
Château de Berbiguiâres12th CenturyIn good conditionBerbiguiâresPrivate property and it was registered as a historical monuments Dec. 6, 1948.
Château de Besse16th, 17th centuryBesseOwned by a Private Company.
Château de la Barde15th centurySemi-ruineSaint-Crepin-de-RichemontPrivate property.
Château de la bastide13th, 19th centuryEymetOwned by the Municipality.
Château de la Boëtie16th centurySarlat-la-CanédaPrivately owned.
Château de la Bonnetie16th CenturyIn good conditionSarliac-on IslePrivate home and it is registered as historical monument since 1947 for its turrets.
Château de la Brangelie15th centuryVanxainsPrivate property.
Château de Borie-Petit15th, 17th centuryChampcevinelPrivately owned.
Château des Bories1497Antonne-et-TrigonantIt is classified as historical monument since 29 March 1974.
Château du Bouchillon19th centuryIn good conditionGrand-BrassacPrivate Property.
Château du Bourbet17th centuryrecently restoredChervalOwned by a private person and now offers Bed and Breakfast.
Château de la Bourlie15th centuryIn good conditionUrvalCurrent owner Family Commarque (currently remaining noble family). The chateau and its grounds are subject to protection under the historical monument.
Château de Biron early 12th century restored BironSince 1928, the Chateau de Biron has been listed as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture
Château de Bourdeilles first source (non-historic) was a legend in the 9th century BourdeillesSince 1919, the chateau has been listed as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
Château de Bridoire15th-16th centuryIn good conditionRibagnacPrivate property.
Château de Bruzac12th, 15th, 16th centuryRuinsSaint-Pierre-de-CôlePrivately owned.
Château de Campagne15th, 17th centuryIn good conditionCampagneProperty of the department.
Château de Campagnac14th, 16th centurySarlat-la-CanédaOwned by the Municipality.
Château de CarluxCarluxPrivately owned.
Château de Caudon19th centuryIn good conditionDommePrivately owned.
Château de Caussade15th centuryTrélissacPrivately owned.
Château de Castelnaud-la-Chapelle oldest documents mentioning it date to the 13th century picturesquely restored Castelnaud-la-ChapelleIt is a private property open to the public, houses a much-visited museum of medieval warfare. The castle is listed as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
Château de Chaban13th, 15th, 16th centuryPartially RuinedSaint-Léon-sur-VézèreOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Chanet15th, 16th, 17th centuryVieux-MareuilOwned by a Private Company.
Château des Charreaux17th, 18th centuryHautefortPrivately owned.
Château de Chanterac18th centuryChantéracPrivately owned.
Château de Chapdeuil15th, 16th, 17th, 19th centuryRuinedChapdeuilPrivately owned.
Château de la Chapelle-Faucher13th, 15th, 17th, 18th centuryRuinedChapelle-Faucher (La)Privately owned.
Château de la Chapoulie15th centuryPeyrignacPrivately owned.
Château de la Cousse14th, 18th centuryCoulauresPrivately owned.
Château de Cipières15th, 16th centuryRuinedSaint-Crépin-et-CarlucetPrivately owned.
Château de Clauzuroux17th, 18th centuryIn good conditionChampagne-et-FontainePrivate property.
Château du Claux15th, 16th centurySalignac-EyvignesOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Commarque 12th Centuryundergoing restoration since 1994Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuilt has been listed since 1943 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
Château de Condat founded in the 12th centuryrestored in 1540 Condat-sur-VezerePrivately owned and It has been listed since 1948 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture
Château de Connezac16th, 17th centuryConnezacPrivately owned.
Château de Coulonges14th, 16th centuryMontignacPrivately owned.
Château de Cumond18th, 19th centurySaint-Antoine-CumondPrivately owned.
Château de DussacDussacOwned by the Municipality.
Château d'Escoire18th centuryRestoredEscoireOwned by a Private Company.
Château des Evêques et ancien cimetière12th, 13th, 15th, 17th centuryPlazacOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Excideuilappear for the first time around 1100under rehabilitaion workExcideuilDuring the last quarter of the 20th century, the Naudet Family is the new owner.
Château de Fauga18th centuryPort-Sainte-Foy-et-PonchaptOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Fages15th, 16th centuryRuinedSaint-CyprienPrivately owned.
Château de Fayolle15th centuryIn good conditionThe castle has been registered as a historical monument by the French Ministry of Culture since 1969.
Château de Fayrac15th, 16th, 19th centuryRestoredCastelnaud-la-ChapellePrivately owned.
Château de la Faurie15th, 16th centuryChange (Le)Privately owned.
Château de la Forge15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th centurySavignac-LédrierPrivately owned.
Château de Fénelon12th, 14th, 16th, 17th centuryIn good conditionSainte-MondanePrivately owned.
Château du Fraysse17th, 18th centuryTerrasson-LavilledieuPrivate property.
Château de Frugie14th, 15th centuryRuinedSaint-Pierre-de-FrugiePrivately owned.
Château de la Faye13th centuryRuinedAuriac-du-PérigordPrivately owned.
Château de Gageacoriginally only made as a dungeon around 11th and 12th centuryin good state Gageac-et-RouillacPrivately owned but open to the public.
Château de GarraubeLiorac-sur-LouyreOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Genthial17th centuryLiorac-sur-LouyrePrivately owned.
Château de Grateloup18th, 19th centurySaint-SauveurPrivately owned.
Château de Grignols14th centuryGrignolsPrivately owned.
Château de Gurcon12th, 13th, 14th centuryCarsac-de-GursonPrivately owned.
Château de Glane15th, 17th centuryIn good conditionCoulauresPrivately owned.
Château de la Gaubertie15th, 17th, 19th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Martin-des-CombesPrivately owned.
Château de la Grande Filolie14th, 15th, 16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Amand-de-ColyPrivately owned.
Château de Hautefort17th centuryIn good conditionHautefortPrivately owned.
Castel de la Hierce16th centuryBrantômePrivately owned.
Château de la Jarthe15th, 16th centuryCoursacPrivately owned.
Château de la Jarthe15th, 16th centuryCoursacPrivately owned.
Château de Javerlhac16th centuryJaverlhac-et-la-Chapelle-Saint-RobertPrivately owned.
Château de la Jaubertie18th, 19th, 20th centuryColombierOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Jovelle13th, 14th centuryRuinedTour-Blanche (La)Privately owned.
Château de Jumilhacbuilt from 15th century to 17th centuryin good stateJumilhac-le-GrandThe Castle is open to the public and was the setting when shooting the film, Brotherhood of the wolf in 2001.
Château de l'Herm15th centuryprotection works undertakenRouffignac-Saint-Cernin de ReilhacPrivately owned.
Château de Laffinoux15th, 16th, 17th, 18th centuryLalindePrivately owned.
Château de Lacoste18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionCastelnaud-la-ChapellePrivately owned.
Château de Lanquais15th, 16th, 18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionLanquaisPrivately owned.
Château de Lardimalie19th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Pierre-de-ChignacPrivately owned.
Château de Laroque15th, 16th centuryLanquaisPrivately owned.
Château de Laxion15th, 16th centuryCorgnac-sur-l'IslePrivate property.
Château de Lespinassat17th, 18th, 19th centuryBergeracPrivately owned.
Château de Leyzarnie20th centuryManzac-sur-VernOwned by a Private Company.
Château du Lieu-Dieu14th, 15th, 19th centuryIn good conditionBoulazacPrivately owned.
Château de Lisle16th centuryLislePrivately owned.
Château de Longas15th centurySainte-Foy-de-LongasPrivately owned.
Château de Longua19th centurySaint-Médard-de-MussidanPrivately owned.
Château de Losse16th, 17th centuryIn good conditionThonacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Luzier14th, 17th, 18th centuryBeaumontPrivate property.
Château de la Marthonye14th, 15th, 16th, 18th centurySaint-Jean-de-CôlePrivately owned.
Château de La Martinie13th, 16th, 17th centurySegonzacPrivately owned.
Château Magne19th centuryIn good conditionTrélissacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Mareuil16th centuryIn good conditionMareuilPrivately owned.
Château de Marqueyssac17th centurySaint-Pantaly-d'AnsPrivately owned.
Château de Marsalès15th, 17th centuryMarsalèsPrivately owned.
Château de Marzac15th, 16th, 17th centuryTursacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Marqueyssac17th centuryIn good conditionVézacPrivately owned.
Château de Mauriac15th centuryIn good conditionDouzillacPrivately owned.
Château de Matecoulon16th, 18th centuryMontpeyrouxPrivate property.
Château de Mavaleix13th, 16th centuryRuinedChaleixPrivately owned.
Château de Mellet17th centuryBeauregard-de-TerrassonPrivately owned.
Château de Mespoulet12th centurySaint-PompontPrivately owned.
Château de la Meyfrenie19th centuryIn good conditionVerteillacPrivately owned.
Château des Milandes 1489 Since 2001 the castle houses an exhibition on Josephine Baker and restoration work is carried outCastelnaud-la-ChapelleOwned by a private company but open to the public.
Château de Miremont12th, 14th centuryRuinedMauzens-et-MiremontPrivately owned.
Château de Monbazillac15th centuryIn good conditionMonbazillacPrivately owned.
Château de Monclar15th, 16th, 19th centurySaint-Georges-de-MontclardOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Monsec14th, 15th, 16th centuryIn good conditionMouzensOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Montardy18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionGrand-BrassacPrivate property.
Château de Montastruc13th, 15th, 18th centuryRuinedLamonzie-MontastrucPrivately owned.
Château de Montbrun18th centuryVerdonPrivately owned.
Château de Montferrand12th centuryRuinedMontferrand-du-PérigordPrivate property.
Château de Montaigne14th centuryIn january 1885, a fire destroyed the castle and was rebuilt in neo-Renaissance style.Saint-Michel-de-MontaigneProtection of historical monuments has been extended to the whole castle in 2009.
Château de Montfortmentioned in 866 under the name of "Castrum de Monte Forti"restoration around 1919VitracThe castle was also the property of Ghaith Pharaon, a Saudi businessman and can not be visited.>
Château de Montreal (Dordogne)built around 12th centurywell preservedIssacLargely classified and recorded as part of the historic monuments and open to visitors in the summer.
Château de Mounet-Sully19th centuryBergeracPrivately owned.
Château de Nanthiat16th, 18th centuryNanthiatPrivately owned.
Château de Neuvic16th, 18th centuryNeuvicPrivately owned.
Château de Narbonne16th, 17th centuryRuinedSaint-JustPrivately owned.
Château de Nontron18th, 19th centuryNontronOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Paluel15th centurySaint-Vincent-le-PaluelPrivately owned.
Château de Panassou15th, 16th centurySaint-Vincent-de-CossePrivately owned.
Château de Peyraux17th centuryLardin-Saint-Lazare (Le)Privately owned.
Château de PeyruzelIn good conditionDaglan
Château de La Pommerie18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionCendrieuxOwned by a Private Company.
Château de La Poujade18th, 19th centuryUrvalPrivately owned.
Château de Poutignac15th, 16th, 18th centuryBeaussacPrivately owned.
Château de Pouthet18th, 19th centuryRuinedEymetPrivately owned.
Château du Pommier15th, 17th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Front-la-RivièrePrivately owned.
Château de Prats18th centuryRuinedSaint-Seurin-de-PratsPrivately owned.
Château du Puy15th, 17th, 18th centuryIn fine conditionSaint-AstierPrivately owned.
Château de Puyferrat16th centuryRuinedSaint-AstierPrivately owned.
Château de Puyguilhem16th centuryRuinedVillarsState property.
Château de Puymartinconstruction start in the 13th centruyit was restored in 19th centuryMarquayIt is subject for protection under the historical monuments.
Château de PuymarteauBrantômePrivately owned.
Château de la Raye18th centuryVélinesPrivately owned.
Château de la Reille16th centuryCoulauresPrivately owned.
Château du Repaire16th, 17th centurySaint-Aubin-de-NabiratOwned by a Private Company.
Château de la RigaleGallo-RomanVilletoureixPrivately owned.
Château de la Rolphie16th centuryCoulounieix-ChamiersPrivately owned.
Château de la Roussie15th, 16th centuryProissansPrivately owned.
Château de Ramefort13th, 15th, 19th centuryValeuilPrivately owned.
Château de Rastignac19th centuryRuinedBachellerie (La)Owned by a Private Company.
Château de la Renaudie13th, 14th, 15th, 16th centuryRuinsSaint-Front-la-RivièrePrivately owned.
Château de Richemont16th centuryRuinedSaint-Crépin-de-RichemontPrivately owned.
Château du Roc18th centuryIn good conditionSaint-André-d'AllasPrivately owned.
Château de Rocanadel15th, 16th centuryVeyrignacPrivately owned.
Château de Rognac16th, 17th centuryRuinedBassillacPrivately owned.
Château de Rouffiac19th centuryAngoissePrivately owned.
Château de la Roque12th, 13th, 16th centuryIn good conditionMeyralsPrivately owned.
Château de Roumailhac16th centuryRuinedTour-Blanche (La)Privately owned.
Château de la Rue13th centuryIn good conditionLalindePrivately owned.
Château de Sainte-Croix18th, 19th centurySainte-CroixPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Martin15th, 17th, 19th centuryLamonzie-Saint-MartinPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Maurice15th, 16th centurySaint-Laurent-des-BâtonsPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Geniès13th, 16th centuryRuinedSaint-GenièsPrivately owned.
Château Saint-Germain15th, 16th, 18th centuryIn good conditionGaugeacPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Germain-du-SalembreRuinedSaint-Germain-du-SalembrePrivate property.
Château de Saint-Pompon16th centuryRuinedSaint-PompontPrivately owned.
Château de Salignacthe site was mention around year 1000 but at 12th century is where the château appeared.In the 16th century, a great restoration and reconstruction took place, partly the result of what is seen today. Salignac-EyviguesIt was registered as a historical monument since 1969
Château du Saulou16th, 17th, 18th centuryCazoulèsPrivately owned.
Château de la Sandre13th, 15th centuryIn good conditionChange (Le)Privately owned.
Château Saulnier13th, 16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Front-la-RivièrePrivately owned.
Château de Sauveboeuf17th, 19th centuryRuinedAubasOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Sauveboeuf (Lalinde)In good conditionLalinde
Château de Septfonds18th centuryTrélissacPrivately owned.
Château de Sineuil16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Cernin-de-l'HermPrivately owned.
Château de Siorac18th centurySiorac-en-PérigordOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Sirey15th, 16th centuryPrats-de-CarluxPrivately owned.
Château de Tarde15th centuryRoque-Gageac (La)Privately owned.
Château de Tayac11th - 12th centuryin good stateLes Eyzies-de-TayacThis is classified as a historical monument on Dec. 26, 1968 and it was transformed into a museum.
Château de Temniac15th centurySarlat-la-CanédaProperty of an association.
Château du Thon17th centuryBézenacPrivately owned.
Château de Tiregand18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionCreyssePrivate property.
Château de Trigonant15th, 16th centuryAntonne-et-TrigonantPrivately owned.
Château de la Vassaldie18th centuryGout-RossignolPrivately owned.
Château de Varaignes16th centuryVaraignesOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Vaugoubert18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionQuinsacPrivately owned.
Château de Veyrignac18th centuryVeyrignacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Vieillecour16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Pierre-de-FrugiePrivately owned.
Maison dite Château Henri IV15th centuryBergeracPrivately owned.
Ruines du château-fort13th centuryMolièresPrivately owned.
Vieux château de Saint-Geniès12th centurySaint-GenièsPrivately owned.

Châteaux of Gironde

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'AillasRuinsAillasOwned by the Municipality.
Château d'Anglade18th centuryIn good conditionIzonPrivately owned.
Château d'Agassac18th centurymassive renovations have been dine to make one of the most beautiful properties of Haut-MedocLudon-MâdocIt's a wine estate of Haut-Medoc in Gironde.
Château Balac18th centurySaint-Laurent-MédocPrivately owned.
Château du Barrail15th, 16th, 18th centuryEynessePrivately owned.
Château de Basgéran16th, 17th centuryCleyracPrivately owned.
Château Belair18th, 19th centuryTalencePrivately owned.
Château Belin18th centuryLéognanPrivately owned.
Château de Beauséjour18th, 19th centuryFargues-Saint-HilairePrivately owned.
Château de Bel Air18th, 19th, 20th centurySaint-MorillonPrivately owned.
Château Beaugey16th centuryNo longer existing Carignan-de-BordeauxIn 1960's a residential development of about 30 houses was built in the site: it is the subdivision of the Vallon de Calonne. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_Beaugey
Château de BenaugeMiddle AgesIn good conditionArbisPrivately owned.
Château Bernones18th, 19th centuryCussac-Fort-MédocPrivately owned.
Château de Beyzac18th, 19th centuryVertheuilOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Bisqueytan12th, 15th, 16th centurySaint-Quentin-de-BaronPrivately owned.
Château du Boscage17th centuryEscaudesPrivate property.
Château Bourran19th centuryMérignacProperty of the department.
Château du Bouilh18th centuryIn good conditionSaint-André-de-CubzacIt opens to the public. It was the setting Bouilh in several films, including The House of Rocheville in 2010, Mr. Leon in 2006 and the Cousine Bette in 1996.
Château du Bourdieu18th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Médard-en-JallesPrivately owned.
Château de Budosearly 14th centuryIn good conditionBudosIt is listed as a monument on March 16, 1988. Owned by a private company.
Château de Cadillac1598In good condition (a Musuem now)CadillacCastle Cadillac is owned by the State, is managed, lively and open to the public by the Centre of National Monuments.
Château de Carles16th centuryRuinedSaillansPrivately owned.
Château de Carpia15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th centuryCastillon-de-CastetsPrivately owned.
Château de Castagens14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th centuryBelvès-de-CastillonPrivate property.
Château de Caze14th centurySaint-Sulpice-de-GuilleraguesPrivately owned.
Château de Cazeneuve11th centuryRebuilt in 17th century and was restored regularlyPrechacIt was classified a historic monument on 24 September 1965.
Château de Cérons17th, 18th centuryCéronsPrivately owned.
Château Citran19th centuryAvensanOwned by a Private Company.
Château Chavat20th centuryPodensacOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Châteauneuf16th, 17th, 19th centurySaint-LéonPrivately owned.
Château de Couloumey18th, 19th centuryBeautiranOwned by a Private Company.
Château du Cros19th centuryRuinsLoupiacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de CurtonNot specific but at 13th century, there was a mention of the castleIn good condition.DaignacRegistered as historical monuments since 1926, it is owned by a private person and is not open to visitors. Castle Curton is also a wine chateau. The wines have controlled appellation Bordeaux (Bordeaux AOC), red and rosé wines.
Château de la Dame Blanche17th, 18th centuryTaillan-Médoc (Le)Privately owned.
Château Deganne1853Restored after the 2nd World WarArcachonIt is the only casino Arcachon after Moorish Casino was destroyed in a fire in 1977.
Château DillonEnd of 17th centuryIn good conditionBlanquefortProperty of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry became agricultural college, the Wine School of Blanquefort.
Château de Duras11th, 13th, 15th centuryBlanquefortPrivately owned.
Château Falfas17th centuryBayon-sur-GirondeOwned by a Private Company.
Château d'Eck formerly known as Château Freytets which means "fruit"12th centuryIn good conditionCadaujacVineyard.
Château d'Eyrans16th, 17th, 18th, 19th centurySaint-Médard-d'EyransOwned by a Private Company.
Château Faugas13th centuryGabarnacVineyard and the current owner is Family Berckmans. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_Faugas
Château de Fargues14th, 17th centuryFarguesPrivately owned.
Château de Francs12th, 16th, 19th centuryIn good conditionBèglesPrivately owned.
Château de Franquinotte18th centuryGrézillacPrivately owned.
Château de Gajac15th, 16th centuryRuinedSaint-Médard-en-JallesPrivate property.
Château à Génissac14th, 15th, 16th centuryGénissacPrivately owned.
Château Giscours19th centuryLabardeOwned by a Private Company.
Château du Grand Verdus16th centuryIn good conditionSadiracOwned by a Private Company.
Château Gruaud-Larose18th centurySaint-Julien-BeychevelleOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Guilleragues14th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Sulpice-de-GuilleraguesOwned by a private person and it was listed 2 times under the historical monuments.
Château du Hâ also known as Fort du Hâ1454BordeauxFrench State, General Council of the Gironde and its a Courthouse Bordeaux National School of Magistrates.
Château du Hamel14th, 17th centuryIn good conditionCastets-en-DorthePrivately owned.
Château de Haute-Sage16th, 17th, 18th centuryHauxPrivately owned.
Château de l'Hospital18th centuryPortetsPrivate property.
Château Haussmann19th centuryIn good conditionCestasPrivately owned.
Château d'Issan13th, 17th, 19th centuryIn good conditionCantenacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de la Brède14th centuryCurrently under restorationLa BredeOpen to the public.
Château des Jaubertes16th centurySaint-Pardon-de-ConquesPrivately owned.
Château de Lagarette15th, 16th centuryCamblanes-et-MeynacPrivate property.
Château La Lagune18th centuryLudon-MédocOwned by a Private Company.
Château Lafite Rothschild18th centuryIn good conditionPauillacVineyard and it produces one of the wines of Bordeaux's most prestigious and famous in the world.
Château de Langoiran13th centuryIn good conditionLangoiranOpen to the public for tours, shows and wedding. The castle was the setting for several films including "The Avignon Prophecy(2007) with Marthe Kelly.
Château de Lavison13th, 16th, 17th centuryLoubensPrivately owned.
Château Lescombes17th centuryIn good conditionEysinesOwned by the Town and its open to the public (free admission).
Château Les Rochers18th centuryPreignacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Lesparre1274RuinedLesparre-MédocOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Lislefort17th centuryIn good conditionLignan-de-BordeauxPrivately owned.
Château de Lormont or Château des Archevéques (local name)11th centuryrestored in the 20th centuryPrivate property and subject of a registration under the historical monuments from the Dec.13,1991.
Château La Louvière18th centuryIn good conditionLéognanPrivately owned.
Château de Lussac (Lussac-Saint émilion)1876major renovation workLussacVineyard and have introduced 2 wines: Château de Lussac and Le Libertin of Lussac.
Château de Lyde et sa chapelle17th, 18th centuryBaurechPrivately owned.
Château de Malherbes17th centuryLatresneCurrently its a winery and a vineyard. The area also has a tourism activity with cottages and rooms for seminars and receptions. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Malherbes
Château de Malle17th centuryIn good conditionPreignacCurrent owner is Countess Nancy Bournazel; winery.
Château de Malengin14th, 15th centuryMontagnePrivately owned.
Château de Malleret19th centuryIn good conditionCadaujacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Malleret17th Century Le Pian Médoc and Ludon-MédocPrivate and a vineyard about 54 hectare. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Malleret
Château Malromé16th centurySaint-André-du-Bois It was the family home of the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Château Margaux1810In good conditionMargaux It produces a wine of Bordeaux 's most prestigious, which bears the same name.
Château Margaut18th centuryTalencePrivately owned.
Château du Mirail17th centuryIn good conditionBrouqueyranPrivately owned.
Fort Médoc1686restored by the association of the friends of the FortCussac-Fort-MédocOwned by the town and in July 7, 2008 it is one of the 12 locations integrated Network of Major Vauban Sites, newly promoted to the World Heritage.
Château de Mongenan1736In good conditionPortetsOwned by a private person and it is listed as a historical monument in 2003.
Château de Mouchac15th, 17th, 19th centuryGrézillacPrivately owned.
Château Morin18th centuryBassensPrivately owned.
Château et moulin d'Abzac17th, 18th centuryAbzacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Noaillan13th, 14th, 16th, 17th centuryNoaillanPrivately owned.
Château d'Olivier15th, 17th, 19th centuryLéognanPrivately owned.
Château Peychotte also called Maison Carrée d'Arlac1785-1780was restored after the city of Merignac bought it in 1990MerignacCurrently owned by the town.
Fort Paté1690BlayeFort Paté is with Fort Médoc and Blaye Citadel defensive triptych created by Vauban on the Gironde estuary in order to protect Bordeaux and its port.
Château Péconet17th centuryQuinsacPrivately owned.
Château de Peixotto18th centuryIn good conditionTalenceOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Peychaud17th, 19th centuryAmbarès-et-LagravePrivately owned.
Château Peyronnet19th centurySaint-Louis-de-MontferrandPrivately owned.
Château Pichon1881In good conditionParempuyrePrivate property.
Château du Pintey18th centuryLibournePrivately owned.
Château de Pitray19th centuryIn good conditionGardegan-et-TourtiracOwned by a Private Company.
Château Peyronnet19th centurySaint-Louis-de-MontferrandPrivately owned.
Château Plaisance18th centuryMacauPrivately owned.
Château de Pommiers13th, 14th centuryRuinedSaint-Félix-de-FoncaudePrivately owned.
Château de Portets18th, 19th centuryPortetsPrivately owned.
Château dit du Prince Noir16th, 17th, 19th centuryTalenceOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Preyssac14th, 15th, 16th, 19th centuryDaignacPrivately owned.
Château Puisseguin14th, 17th centuryPuisseguinPrivately owned.
Château de PujolsPujolsOwned by the Municipality.
Château du Puch de Gensac13th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th centuryPellegruePrivate property.
Château Pichon-Longueville1855In good conditionPauillacVineyard of about 73 hectares and wine property.
Château d'PodensacMoyen AgePodensacPrivately owned.
Château des Quat'Sos13th centuryRéolePrivate property.
Château des Quatre-Fils-Aymon13th centuryCubzac-les-PontsPrivately owned.
Château RabaTalencePrivate property.
Château de Rayne-Vigneau19th centuryBommesPrivately owned.
Château de Rauzan13th centurya few enthusiasts of medieval architecture undertake clearing and restoration work.RauzanOwned by the town of Rauzan.
Château Rauzan-Ségla20th centuryIn good conditionMargauxOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Rochemorin15th, 16th centuryIn good conditionMartillacPrivately owned.
Château de La Roque18th, 19th centurySaint-Germain-de-la-RivièrePrivately owned.
Château de Roquetailladeconsist of 2 castles; one was built in 11th century and other one was 14th centuryIn 1860 the family of Mauvesin Leblanc restored the bldg., creation of the interior decoration and furnitures. Roquetaillade we see today is unique in FranceMazéresOwned by a private person.
Château de Ruat15th,19th centuryIn good conditionTeich (Le)Privately owned.
Château des Rudel12th centuryRuinBlayeOwned by the town. Part integral of the citadel, the ruins are part of classified perimeter historical monument the May 11 2009, and registered in July 2008 on the list of World Heritage's Unesco under the Network of major Vauban sites.
Château de La Salle15th, 16th centuryPujols-sur-CironPrivately owned.
Château de Saige18th, 19th centuryCadaujacOwned by the Municipality.
Château de SalesLalande-de-Pomerol
Château de Sales17th centuryLibourneOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Sallegourde16th, 17th centuryVillenave-d'OrnonPrivate property.
Château de Sauvagnac16th centuryRomagnePrivately owned.
Château de Tauzia18th centuryGradignanOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Thau16th, 17th centuryGauriacOwned by a Private Company.
Château de la Trave14th centuryRuinsPréchacIts rectangular enclosure, protected by trenches, had every angle of a square Tower. At its centre was the Dungeon which there is today only a single wall. Its access is free.
Château de la Travette, dit château de la Füe14th centuryPréchacPrivately owned.
Château Trompette15th centuryRuinedBordeauxAn old model of Château-Trumpet, preserved in museum Plans-reliefs (Hâtel des Invalides, Paris) allows to realize what resembled this fortification before its destruction.
Château de Treulon18th centuryBrugesPrivately owned.
Château de Tustal17th, 18th, 19th centuryRuinedSadiracPrivately owned.
Château d'Yquem16th, 17th, 18th centurySauternesOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Vayres11th centurywell maintained by the successive ownersVayresPrivate property (resort);Guided tours take place daily for groups (on request), and Easter to Halloween for individuals.
Château de Vaure16th, 17th centuryRuchPrivate property.
Château de Vertheuil12th, 14th, 16th centuryVertheuilPrivately owned.
Château de Villandraut1305RuinedVillandrautThe castle has been classified since 1886 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
Château de Virelade19th centuryVireladePrivately owned.
Domaine d'Alty18th, 19th centurySaint-Louis-de-MontferrandOwned by a Private Company.
Domaine de Bellecroix17th centuryPian-sur-Garonne (Le)Private property.
Domaine de Certes19th, 20th centuryAudengeOwned by a Public institution of the State.
Domaine du château Laujac17th, 19th centuryBégadanOwned by a Private Company.
Maison forte dite Château de Tarde13th, 14th, 16th centurySaint-MacaireProperty of an association.

Châteaux of Landes

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Amou1678In good conditionAmouOwned by a private person It is registered under the historical monuments by order of 18 September 2000.
Château d'Aonattested for the first time in inventory around 1645In good condition.Brocas
Château d'Aon (Hontax)11th Century but was replaced in 13th century by strong bricksIn good conditionHontanxSubject of a registration under of historical monuments by order of 29 February 1988.
Château de Bachen18th centuryIn good conditionDuhort-BachenOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Rochefort-Lavie or Château de Belhade13th centuryrestoration at 19th centuryBelhadeOwned by a private person. The castle and the ground are registered as a historical monument by order of January 16, 2001.
Château Bellegarde19th centuryIn good conditionRion-des-LandesOwned by the town and It is now home to the council services.
Château de Briat16th, 17th centuryMauvezin-d'ArmagnacProperty of an association.
Château de Campet17th centuryIn good conditionCampet-et-LamolèreOwned by a Private Company.
Château de CandaleEnd of 16th centuryDoazit
Château de Captan19th centuryAudignonPrivately owned.
Château de Castillon17th centuryIn good conditionArengosseOwned by a private person and the main building are registered under the historical monumetns by order of Dec. 9,1948.
Château de Castéra20th centuryHinxPrivately owned.
Château de Caumale16th centuryEscalans It is listed as a historic monument on 31 January 2002.
Château de Caupenne17th, 18th centuryCaupennePrivately owned.
Château d'Estignols17th centuryAuricePrivately owned.
Château et sa chapelle11th, 12th, 14th centuryHontanxOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Fondat17th centuryIn good conditionSaint-JustinOwned by a private person. It is registered under the historical monuments by order of 31 March 1999.
Château de Gardera ou caverie de Villenave17th centuryBélusOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Gaujacq1686In good conditionGaujacqIt is classified Historical Monument on February 13, 2002.
Château du Général Lamarque1812Good conditionSaint-SeverOwned by a private person.
Château de Labrit1225RuinedLabrit The oldest remains, covered today were those of a building containing all the buildings necessary for the life of the lords in the 13th century.
Château de Lacaze 14th centuryIn 1981 it was restored by the new ownerParleboscqIt is registered Historic Monuments by order of 12 August 1992 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lacaze
Château de Lasalle, ancienne caverie12th, 17th, 18th centurySiestPrivately owned.
Château du Lau15th, 19th centuryIn good conditionDuhort-BachenPrivately owned.
Château de Laurens Casteletrebuilt in 1872In good conditionBenquetThe castle is privately owned by the family of Laurens Castelet Cornulier descendants until 1996. It is today owned by private individuals.
Château du LoumaingFirst mention of this area was 1329In good conditionLahosse
Château de Lobit18th centuryGood conditionSaint-Maurice-sur-Adour
Château de Montbron16th centuryBiscarrosse fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Montbron_(Landes)
Château de Montpellier-sur-Adour18th centurySaint-Laurent-de-GossePrivately owned.
Château NolibosEnd of 13th centuryMont-de-Marsan fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_Nolibos
Château de Saint Jean de la Castelle1073In 1832, the chapel and monastery were destroyed. The castle was converted into a stud.Duhort-BachenFormer Abbey but now a stud farm.
Château de Montréal (Landes)16th centuryIn good conditionPeyrehorade It is now the town hall of Peyrehorade and it is registered historical monuments by order of January 24, 1947.
Château de Poyaller13th centuryRuinedSaint-AubinPrivately owned.
Château Poyanne17th centuryPoyanneProperty of the department.
Château du Prada1764In good conditionLabastide-d'ArmagnacIt is currently a Bed and Breakfast and it is registered under the historical monuments by order of 28 of December 1984.
Château de Ravignan17th centuryIn good conditionPerquieCurrent owner is La Croix de RavignanListed in the inventory of historical monumnets by order of 23 Nov. 1948.
Château de Saint-Martin-de-SeignanxEnd of 14th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Martin-de-SeignanxCastle is an inscription to historical monuments since October 5 1994.
Château de Saint-Maurice-sur-Adour19th centuryGood conditionSaint-Maurice-sur-Adour
Château de Sourdis17th centuryGaujacqPrivately owned.
Château du Souilh18th, 19th centuryDuhort-BachenPrivately owned.
Château Woolsack1911It was burnt at 1947 but it was restored by Mr. Sargos in 1980MimizanIt is a World Heritage Site by order of 18 July 1978; residence and currently own by individuals.
Château d'Uza20th centuryUzaPrivately owned.
Tuc de Houns11th centurySaint-Paul-en-BornVestige of the rootball fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuc_de_Houns
Donjon Lacataye 15th centuryIn good conditionMont-de-MarsanOwned by the town of Mont-de-Marsan and it was turned into Despiau-Wl&acuterick Museum.
Maisons fortes romanes de Mont-de-MarsanSecond half of the 12th centuryIn good condition and it turned into museum DubalenMont-de-MarsanOwned by the town of Mont-de-Marsan. Listed as a historical monuments.

Châteaux of Lot-et-Garonne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château à Aiguillon18th centuryRestoredAiguillonPrivately owned.
Château d'Allemans-du-Dropt13th, 17th centuryRuinsAllemans-du-DroptPrivately owned.
Château d'Ambrus16th centuryRuinedBarbasteOwned by the Municipality.
Château d'Ambrus (Barbaste)13th, 17th, 19th centuryAmbrusPrivately owned.
Château de Beauville13th centuryBeauvilleOwned by a private person and registered in the historical monument since Feb. 10, 2006.
Château de Birac16th centuryRuinsBirac-sur-TrecPrivately owned.
Château de Blanquefort12th, 13th, 15th centuryRuinedBlanquefort-sur-BriolancePrivate property.
Château de Bonaguil13th centuryrestoredSaint-Front-sur-LémanceIt is bought by the town of Fumel in 1860. Open to the public.
Château du Bosc17th centuryMasquièresOwned by a Public institution of the State.
Château du Bousquet18th, 19th centuryClermont-DessousPrivately owned.
Château de Bournac16th, 17th, 19th centuryNéracPrivately owned.
Château de Buzet-sur-Baïse13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th centuryBuzet-sur-BaïsePrivately owned.
Château de Calonges15th, 17th centuryCalongesPrivately owned.
Château de Canabazès16th, 19th centuryLacaussadePrivate property.
Château de Castelnoubel13th, 16th centuryIn good conditionBon-EncontrePrivately owned.
Château de Cauzac13th, 16th, 17th, 18th centuryCauzacPrivately owned.
Château de Clermont-Dessous13th, 15th centuryRuinedClermont-DessousOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Clermont-Soubiran12th, 18th centuryClermont-SoubiranPrivately owned.
Château de la Combebonnet12th, 17th centuryRuinedEngayracPrivately owned.
Château de Cuzorn13th centuryRuinsCuzornProperty of an association.
Château de Douazan15th, 17th, 18th, 19th centuryNéracPrivately owned.
Château de Dolmayrac14th centuryRuinedDolmayracOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Duras12th centuryGood conditionDurasIt is classified as a historical monument May 3, 2002.
Château d'Escalupbeing restored since 2005LamontjoieIt is owned by the town of Fumel.
Château de Fals18th centuryRuinedFalsPrivately owned.
Château de Favols13th, 16th centuryRuinedBiasPrivately owned.
Château féodal13th, 14th centuryMadaillanPrivately owned.
Château de Ferrassou15th centuryRuinedSaint-Sylvestre-sur-LotPrivately owned.
Château de Fontirou13th centuryRuinsCastellaOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Fréchou13th, 16th centuryIn good conditionFréchouPrivately owned.
Château de Frégimont18th centuryRestoredFrégimontOwned by the Municipality.
Château de FrespechMiddle AgesIn good conditionFrespechOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Fumel13th centuryGood conditionFumelSince the 1960s the Fumel Castle houses the Town Hall. It is listed monument on 16 February 1951.
Château de Gavaudun12th centuryGood conditionGavaudunOwned by the town of Gavaudun. The Tower has been classified a historical monument since 1862 and the Castle has been classified by a decree of December 30, 1987.
Château de Gontaud-de-Nogaret16th centuryIn good conditionGontaud-de-NogaretPrivately owned.
Château de Guillery19th centuryPompieyPrivate property.
Château de Goulens16th, 19th centuryIn good conditionLayracPrivately owned.
Château de la Grangerie13th centuryLannesPrivately owned.
Château de Hordesse15th centuryNéracPrivately owned.
Château de Lacam17th centuryMasselsPrivately owned.
Château de Lacaze17th, 19th centuryLabastide-Castel-AmourouxPrivately owned.
Château de Laduie15th, 16th centuryMontayralPrivately owned.
Château de Lafox12th, 15th, 16th centuryRuinedLafoxPrivately owned.
Château de Lagarde17th, 19th centuryGrateloup-Saint-GayrandOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Lagrange-Monrepos16th, 17th centuryNéracPrivately owned.
Château de Lagrange-Monrepos16th centuryNeracPrivate property. It was listed historical monument May 30, 1990 and filed September 19, 1991 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lagrange-Monrepos
Château de Lahitte18th centuryMoncrabeauProperty of an association.
Château de Lamothe18th centuryVilleneuve-sur-LotPrivately owned.
Château de Lapoujade16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-VitePrivate property.
Château de LasserreBetween 1595 and 1602RuinedLasserrePrivately owned.
Château de Lauzun16th centuryIn good conditionLauzunPrivately owned.
Château de Laval15th, 19th centuryRuinedTrentelsPrivately owned.
Château de Lustrac14th, 15th, 17th centuryIn good conditionTrentelsOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Malvirade17th centuryIn good conditionGrézet-CavagnanOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Marcellus18th centuryIn good conditionMarcellusPrivately owned.
Château de Mongaillard13th centuryRuinsMongaillardPrivately owned.
Château de Monrepos15th, 16th, 18th centuryVilleneuve-sur-LotPrivately owned.
Château de Montluc14th, 16th centuryIn good conditionEstillacPrivately owned.
Château de Muges18th centuryDamazanOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Nazelles17th centuryCaudecostePrivately owned.
Château de Noaillac13th, 15th, 16th centuryIn good conditionPenne-d'AgenaisPrivately owned.
Château de Nerac14th centuryDismantled in French revolutionNeracIt is classified as a historic monument in 1862.
Château du Rodier18th centuryIn good conditionMonclarPrivately owned.
Château des Rois ducs13th centurySauveterre-la-LémanceThe entire castle and its ground plate and divide the subject of a classification as historical monuments since 19 September 2003.
Château Les Roques16th centuryTrentelsPrivately owned.
Château de Roquefort13th, 14th centuryRuinedRoquefortPrivate property.
Château de Roudigou16th centuryCuzornIts a farm now and not opened to the public fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demeure_de_Roudigou
Château de Pech-Redon15th, 16th centuryPuymirolPrivately owned.
Château de Perricard16th centuryIn good conditionMontayralPrivately owned.
Château de Pomarède18th centuryMoncrabeauPrivately owned.
Château de PoudenasRuinedPoudenas
Château de Puycalvary14th, 16th, 18th centuryPartially RuinedDaussePrivately owned.
Château de Roche17th centuryClairacOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Roquefère13th, 16th centuryMonflanquinPrivately owned.
Château de Roquepiquet19th, 20th centuryVerteuil-d'AgenaisOwned by a Private Company.
Château Saint Christau ou Saint Christophe17th, 19th centuryPuch-d'AgenaisPrivately owned.
Château Sainte-Marthe18th centurySainte-MarthePrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Quentin16th, 17th centurySaint-Quentin-du-DroptOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Saint-Pau15th, 16th, 17th centurySosPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Pastour13th, 16th centuryRuinsSaint-PastourPrivately owned.
Château Saint-Sulpice17th, 19th centuryIn good conditionSauvetat-sur-Lède (La)Privately owned.
Château du Sendat15th, 17th, 19th centuryRuinedRéunion (La)Owned by a Private Company.
Château de la Sylvestrie13th centuryVilleneuve-sur-LotPrivate property.
Château de Théobon16th, 17th centuryIn good conditionLoubès-BernacPrivately owned.
Château de Tombebouc14th, 16th centuryAllez-et-CazeneuveOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Trenqueléon15th, 18th centuryRuinedFeugarollesPrivately owned.
Château de Verteuil17th centuryRuinedVerteuil-d'AgenaisOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Virazeil16th, 18th centuryIn good conditionVirazeilProperty of an association.
Château de Xaintrailles13th centurysome part of the chateau was refurbishedXaintraillesOwned by a private person. It is classified as a historic monument in 1840.
Domaine de Lassalle12th, 16th, 17th, 18th centuryCalignacPrivately owned.

Châteaux of Pyrénées-Atlantiques

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Abbadie1864Good conditionHendaye Owned by the Academy of Sciences. It is classified as a historic monument on 21 December 1984.
Château d'Angaïs20th centuryAngaïsPrivate property.
Château d'Aphat15th, 18th centuryBussunarits-SarrasquettePrivately owned.
Château d'Arcangues20th centuryIn good conditionArcanguesPrivately owned.
Château d'Aren15th, 17th, 19th centuryArenOwned by a Private Company.
Château d'Arricau16th centuryArricau-BordesPrivately owned.
Château d'Arros17th, 18th, 19th centuryArros-de-NayPrivately owned.
Château d'Audaux17th centuryAudauxProperty of an association.
Château Assat17th centuryAssatPrivately owned.
Château de Baure, à Sainte-Suzanne16th, 17th, 19th centuryOrthezPrivately owned.
Château des Barons d'Espelette ou Ezpeleta15th, 17th centuryEspeletteOwned by the Municipality.
Château de BellocqEnd of 13th centuryIt was burned by Louis XIIIin 1620BellocqOwned by private and common person. It is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since 2 April 1997.
Château de Belzunce13th, 14th, 16th centuryAyherrePrivately owned.
Château de Bernadets18th, 19th centuryBernadetsPrivately owned.
Château de Béon14th, 17th centuryAste-BéonPrivately owned.
Château Béost15th centuryBéostProperty of an association.
Château de Bidache14th centuryIn a state of ruin but currently restoredBidachePrivate person. It is classified a historical monument on 6 May 1942.
Château de Bielle18th centuryBiellePrivately owned.
Château Bijou18th, 20th centuryLabastide-VillefrancheOwned by a Private Company.
Château de Bitaubé18th centuryRébénacqPrivately owned.
Château Boulard19th centuryIn good conditionBiarritzPrivately owned.
Château de Brassalay16th centuryBironPrivately owned.
Château de Cabidos, dit de Trubessé16th, 18th, 19th centuryCabidosPrivately owned.
Château de Camou17th centuryAïcirits-Camou-SuhastOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Cassaber17th, 19th centuryCarresse-CassaberPrivately owned.
Château de Castet dit Tour Abadie12th, 13th centuryCastetOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Coarraze16th, 18th centuryCoarrazePrivately owned.
Château d'Eliçabéa1660-1663In good conditionThree citiesOwned by a private peson. It is listed as a historic monument on 29 August 1986.
Château d'Etchaux16th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Etienne-de-BaïgorryPrivately owned.
Château de Fanget17th, 18th centuryThèzeOwned by the Municipality.
Château d'Izeste15th centuryIzesteOwned by a Private Company.
Château de GarroIn good conditionMendiondeIt now houses a school of agriculture.
Château de Guiche13th, 14th, 16th centuryGuichePrivately owned.
Château d'Ilbarritz19th, 20th centuryRuinedBidartOwned by a Private Company.
Hôtel du Palais1854-1855In a very good conditionBiarritzTo date, this is one of the most prestigious luxury hotels from Biarritz and France, its decoration Recalling the splendors of the imperial couple. Its facades and its roof are listed historical monument by Decree of 24 December 1993.
Château de Lacarre19th centuryLacarrePrivately owned.
Château de Lassalle18th centuryBidosPrivately owned.
Château de Laxague14th centuryOstabat-AsmePrivately owned.
Château Lota19th centuryUstaritzOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Marracq18th centuryIn a state of of ruinesBayonneSubjected a classification as a historical monument since September 27, 1907.
Château de Mascaraàs16th, 17th, 18th centuryMascaraàs-HaronPrivately owned.
Château de Mauléon11th centuryMauléon-Licharre It is listed a historical monument on 4 May 1925.
Château de Maÿtie16th centuryIn good conditionMauléon-LicharreThe castle is open to visitors during the months of July to September. The entire castle was registered on May 19, 1925.
Château de Momas16th, 17th centuryMomasPrivately owned.
Château de Mongaston13th, 14th, 16th centuryCharrePrivately owned.
Château de Montaner14th centuryIn good conditionMontanerIt is subject to a classification in respect of historical monuments by order of 18 March 1980.
Château de Montréal14th centurySauveterre-de-BéarnOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Morlanne14th centuryrestored in 1971MorlanneIt is registered historical monuments since 18 February 1975.
Château-NeufBayonneState property.
Château d'Olce17th centuryIholdyPrivately owned.
Château de PauMiddle AgesIn good condition (museum)PauOwned by the National Museum.
Fort du Portalet1842Etsaut et BorceOpen to the public. It is classified historical monument on November 30, 2005.
Château de Ruthie11th, 15th, 17th, 18th centuryAussurucqOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Saint-Pe15th, 17th centurySalies-de-BéarnPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle15th centurySaint-Pée-sur-NivellePrivately owned.
Château de Sainte-Colome13th, 14th centurySainte-ColomePrivate property.
Château de Sault12th centurySault-de-NavaillesIt is registered historical monuments by order of 26 November 1998.
Château de Sévignac dit château d'Etigny17th, 19th centurySévignacq-MeyracqPrivate property.
Château de Sumberraute, dit Jaureguia17th, 19th centuryLuxe-SumberrautePrivately owned.
Château d'Uhart-Mixe16th, 17th centuryUhart-MixeOwned by a Private Company.
Château d'Urtubie14th centuryIn good condition (hotel)UrrugneListed historical monument April 19, 1974.
Château du Vigneau19th, 20th centuryIn good conditionBayonnePrivately owned.
Château de Vignes17th centurySault-de-NavaillesPrivately owned.
Château-Vieux12th, 17th centuryRuinedBayonneState property.
Château Viven18th centuryVivenPrivately owned.
Domaine d'Haïtze14th, 17th centuryUstaritzOwned by a Private Company.
Fort du Socoa17th, 18th, 19th centuryCiboureState property.
Haras national18th, 19th centuryIn good conditionGelosState property.

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