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Châteaux of Poitou-Charentes

This is the list of Châteaux in Poitou-Charentes. It is an administrative region in south-western France divided into four departments: Charente, Charente-Maritime, Deux-Sèvres and Vienne

We have listed 431 Chateaux in the Poitou-Charentes region (including ruins and "lost" Châteaux), of which 186 have their own dedicated page. If you know of any Châteaux in Poitou-Charentes that are not in our list, please let us know!

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http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail:Ch%C3%A2teaux_de_France

Châteaux of Charente

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Castrum d'Andone 10th century Ruine Villejoubert The site has been identified for the first time in xix th century, but it was not until the early 1970s that the excavations are undertaken. Currently, the site is overgrown and access new is no longer indicated.
Château d'Anqueville 15th century Remains Bouteville These old parts remain low vaulted broken barrel, a rectangular keep the 13th century flanked by a polygonal turret 15th century and remains of fortifications with battlements, turrets and curtains.
Château d'Ardenne 12th-18th century In good condition Moulidars Private property.
Château d'Ars 17th century In good condition Ars Private property.
Château d'Aubeterre 11th century Remains Aubeterre-sur-Dronne The gate, the house, the Renaissance Chapel and the remains of the enclosure and the Saint-Jean tower were registered historic monument on March 1, 1973.
Château de Bagnolet 1810 In good condition Cognac Reserved for private receptions and guests of the brand, the property is also open to the public during the Rendezvous Gardens and Heritage Days.
Château de Balzac 1600 Restored Balzac The current owner began a restoration of a high fidelity based writings of Guez de Balzac and visitors.
Château de Barbezières 15th century In good condition Barbezières It spend between various hands and threatened castle ruin in 1699. The roof will be redone, but in the early twentieth century the roof collapse and it was not until 1981 that the castle was bought and saved from ruin.
Château de Barbezieux 1453 In good condition Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire The castle is now partly owned by the town of 3B-South Charente and partly owned by a private person.
Château de Bayers 1434 Renovated Bayers It has been renovated and is open to the public this summer.
Château de Beauregard 17th century In good condition Juillac-le-Coq The estate is open to the public was for tasting and sale of Pineau des Charentes and Cognac.
Château de Belleville Feuillade
Château de Blanzaguet 16th century Rebuilt Blanzaguet-Saint-Cybard After the Revolution, the castle was sold as national property 12 Messidor year IV, but was bought and the adjoining land by the municipality in 1867 to make the town hall, school and rectory.
Château de Bonnes 16th century In good condition Bonnes It was partly inscribed monument April 10, 1974 for the Renaissance wing and December 4, 1995 for the two wings of the castle, with the exception of the part built in the twentieth century.
Château de Bouëx 15th-18th century Bouëx Privately owned
Château de Bourg-Charente 1607 In good condition Bourg-Charente In 1921 it was bought by the Marnier-Lapostolle family to settle its cellars of Cognac necessary to the development of Grand Marnier . Since 2012 there are also stills used for the distillation of bitter orange used in the recipe for Grand Marnier liqueur.
Château de Bourgon 15th century In good condition Valence Private property
Château de Bouteville 11th century In good condition Bouteville From 1935, the estate was owned by the family Joyet. Then the castle became the property of the municipality of Bouteville.
Château de la Bréchinie 17th century Ruined Grassac The home and its walls and all buildings included in this enclosure (enclosure, chapel, dovecote tower) is registered historical monument by order of 31st December 1993.
Château du Breuil 16th century In good condition Bonneuil It was listed monument on June 23, 1952.
Château de Brigueuil 11th century Ruined Brigueuil There remains only the gate and the remains of the tower and steeple.
Château de Brillac In good condition Brillac Demolished many times, including by Louis XI because of the rebellion Guyart Brillac and always rebuilt, it was officially removed and sold by the husband-Labrousse Dansays.
Château de Cellettes 16th century In good condition Cellettes The entire castle, house, fence, gate and undeveloped parts was listed historical monument July 23, 2004.
Château de Chabrot 14th century In good condition Montbron The monument is subject to registration as a historic monument since October 12, 1973.
Château de Chalais 11th century In good condition Chalais The castle has a double protection to historic buildings: an inscription September 4, 2002 for all buildings constructed and classified the 1st of April 2003 the gatehouse.
Château de Chambes 13th century In good condition Roumazières-Loubert In 2008, the castle was bought by the imitator Yves Lecoq which are equipped guest rooms.
Château de Champagne 15th century In good condition Champagne-Mouton The castle was the internment of 150 Spanish prisoners and was sold in 1807 to the Countess de Castellane who sold it to Mr. Bechemilh-Chatenet.
Château de Chanteloup 1850 Cherves-Richemont It is now a guest house established by Martell. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Château_de_Chanteloup_(Charente)
Château de la Chapelle 17th-19th century Champmillon Privately owned
Château de Charmant Charmant
Château de Charras 17th-18th century Charras Owned by a private company
Château de Châtenay 1541 In good condition Cognac The castle was bought by Chatenay Hrayr Hakobyan the Armenian businessman who planned to establish a sturgeon breeding pond and will produce caviar.
Château des Chabannes 19th century Jarnac Privately owned
Château du Châtelard Passirac
Château de Chenon 15th century In good condition Chenon The castle (the main building flanked by two towers) was registered historic monument by order of December 16, 1987
Château Chesnel 1610 In good condition Cherves-Richemont Count Ferdinand Roffignac is the head of the wine estate Château Chesnel and founded his company in 1923, his son John and his little son Renaud succeeded him.
Château de la Chétardie 11th century In good condition Exideuil It was partly inscribed monument October 30, 1973.
Château de Chillac 11th century In good condition Chillac It was rebuilt in the 15th century on the foundations of the old castle.
Château de Cognac 12th century Restored Cognac The castle as it is visible and visitable now goes back to the construction of Valois.
Château de Confolens 11th century Remains Confolens For weddings and sales from 1130, the castle passed into the hands of great lords who are not resident only room audience judicial functions was used.
Château de Cressé 1875 Bourg-Charente It was converted into a retirement home. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Cressé
Château d'Échoisy 17th century In good condition Cellettes The Community Commons Country Manslois who acquired has renovated some of the buildings. It is now a protected site for leisure.
Château de la Faye 15th century In good condition Deviat It is listed historical monument since October 23, 1992.
Château de Fayolle 12th century In good condition Abzac Private property.
Château de Ferrières 16th century Ruined Montbron The monument is subject to registration as a historic monument since October 12, 1973.
Château de Fleurac (Fleurac) Fleurac
Château de Fleurac (Nersac) 1612 In good condition Nersac Since 1998, the castle belongs to Michel-Alexandre and Bénédicte Mahy who restore and do visit. A restoration of parks and gardens is underway with the aim of obtaining the label "Remarkable Garden" awarded by the Ministry of Culture.
Château de la Foix Mouthiers-sur-Boëme
Château de Fontguyon 16th century In good condition Saint-Amant-de-Nouère It is listed historical monument since September 8, 1989 and the spiral staircase renaissance was classified on September 2, 1994.
Château de la Foucaudie Nersac
Château de la Foy 14th-18th century Mouthiers-sur-Boëme Privately owned
Château de Gademoulin 1548 Rebuilt in 1875 Gensac-la-Pallue A medieval castle was destroyed in 1548 during the uprising of protest against the salt tax. Rebuilt, it is sold as national property to the Revolution and again destroyed. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Gademoulin
Château de Garde-Épée 16th century In good condition Saint-Brice The castle is registered historical monuments since October 30, 1973.
Château de Gorce 15th century In good condition Pleuville It was registered as a historic monument October 14, 2002.
Château de Gourville 12th century Gourville Early 19th century, his heirs sold the castle to Rouchier Préneuf, from Tusson, captain of the Imperial Army. Over the last two centuries, the castle changed hands often and then underwent many vicissitudes until 1974, when the then owner undertakes very substantial rehabilitation.
Château de Gurat Gurat
Château de Jarnac 10th century Ruined Jarnac It remains only drawings and engravings.
Château de Juillac-le-Coq Juillac-le-Coq
Château de Juyers 15th century Champagne-Mouton Both leveled towers connected by a wall located near the Silver River, a tributary of the Argentor probably date from the 15th century and are the remains of a castle first, just like the pigeon that was destroyed in 1930 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Juyers
Château de Lavaud Montbron
Château de la Léotardie 15th century Nonac It was rebuilt in the 18th century and later, and registered historic monument in 1944 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Léotardie
Château de Lignères 1872 Rouillac This castle has provided the backdrop for some of the film Bang Bang director Serge ax with Sheila. This film was shot on the island of Bendor and Castle Lignéres two properties principal sponsor of the film, Paul Ricard.
Château de Lignières 17th century In good condition Lignières-Sonneville Facades and roofs are classified to the Inventory of Historical Monuments and fireplaces on the first floor are listed.
Château de Maillou 16th century Ruins Saint-Saturnin Castle Maillou consists of an unfinished tower isolated connected to the main house by a flying bridge.
Château de Marendat Montbron
Château de Marthon 10th century Remains Marthon It is registered historical monuments since 1928.
Château de Massignac 15th century Alloue It was redesigned in 1861 with installation of a staircase, and it is probably on this occasion that the stair tower was destroyed and drilled openings. fr.wikipedia.org/
wiki/Château_de_Massignac_(Alloue)
Château de Maumont Magnac-sur-Touvre
Château de Menet 16th-19th century Montbron Privately owned
Château de la Mercerie 19th century In good condition Magnac-Lavalette The town with a volunteer association, Heritage Saint-Etienne- took a restoration of the parts built and works of art to open the castle to visitors in the Summer of 2013.
Château de Merpins 10th century Ruine Merpins This is after a siege of six led by Marshal Sancerre it is taken in 1387 . King Charles VI ordered its destruction and ruins are sold. But the site will still fighting, it will be occupied by the Catholics and the Protestants. This is the Duke of Mayenne which dislodges in 1577.
Château de Montausier 15th century In good condition Baignes Private property.
Château de Montbron 11th century In good condition Montbron It is registered as Historical monument since 1985.
Château de Montchaude 16th century In good condition Montchaude Private Property. the church was destroyed during the restorations.
Château de Montjourdain 18th century Chassors Privately owned
Château de Montmoreau 12th century In good condition Montmoreau-Saint-Cybard The chapel has been classified as a historical monument May 15, 1952 and the facades and roofs of the castle September 18, 1952.
Château de Nieuil 16th century In good condition Nieuil Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bodinaud. In 1937, it was one of the first castles of France converted into hotels by Fougerat family, grandparents owners Luce and Jean-Michel Bodinaud.
Château de l'Oisellerie 15th century In good condition La Couronne Since 1989, the castle belongs to the General Council . It decides to do install a media department of Educational Documentation Centre of Charente.
Château d'Ordières 15th century In good condition Benest It was partly inscribed monument April 13, 1989, the south-east tower is a former dungeon, buildings north consist corner towers and central building.
Château de la Petite Mothe Feuillade
Château de Peyras 11th century In good condition Roumazières-Loubert The body of oriental home and cylindrical tower northeast of the castle were registered historic monument by order of December 21, 1998.
Château des Pins 10th century In good condition Pins It is registered historical monuments since April 3, 1958.
Château du Pouyaud 15th-18th century Dignac
Château de Praisnaud 16th century In good condition Ambernac The buildings, house, tower, barn, yard, common were registered historic monument October 26, 2004. It is now a Bed and breakfast place.
Château de Pranzac Pranzac
Château de Pressac Saint-Quentin-sur-Charente
Château de Puybautier 16th century In good condition Saint-Coutant It is registered as historical monuments since 2001.
Château de Puyvidal 13th century In good condition Saint-Projet-Saint-Constant It was listed historical monument September 18, 2006
Château de Rancogne Rancogne
Château du Repaire 12th century In good condition Rougnac Part of the gatehouse, the west wing of the commons, the house, the terrace and the tower was listed historic monument on April 14, 1997
Château de Richemont 11th century Renovated Cherves-Richemont It is purchased by the Community of Communes Cognac.
Château de la Rochandry 19th century In good condition Mouthiers-sur-Boëme
Château de la Rochebeaucourt 16th century Remains Édon . Following a fire on February 5, 1941, the remains today as the monumental foundations on which was built the castle and the building of the Orangery.
Château de Rochebrune 11th century In good condition Étagnac Currently owned by Henri de Richemont
Château de La Rochefoucauld 14th century Restored La Rochefoucauld Owned by Francois-Alexandre de La Rochefoucauld.
Château de La Rochette 14th century In good condition La Rochette The castle was registered historic monument by decree of July 3, 1992- except for the roof, canopy and outside stairway.
Château de Roissac 1770 Rebuilt Angeac-Champagne In 1770 the remains of the castle are felled to build the present castle.
Château de Saint-Brice 14th century Renovated Saint-Brice The terrace overlooks the park, down to the Charente and the labyrinth of carved boxwood which is listed historical monument since 1971. The park is classified historic garden.
Château de Sainte-Catherine Montbron
Château de Saint-Germain 12th century Remains Saint-Germain-de-Confolens The ruins consist of two huge towers, connected by a main building. These towers have the distinction of being round outside and square inside. The castle ruins were listed historic monument on May 14, 1925
Château Saint-Martial 18th century In good condition Jarnac
Château de Saint-Mary Saint-Mary
Château de Sansac Beaulieu-sur-Sonnette
Château de Saveille 16th century In good condition Paizay-Naudouin-Embourie It presents an aspect of chateau ally decor renaissance.
Château de Serre 15th-17th century In good condition Abzac Privately owned
Château de Suaux Suaux
Château de la Tranchade 14th century Restored Garat The castle was bought in 1929 and restored by Mr. Gates and his wife, widow wife of Count Amédée Lorgeril. Their descendants have ensured the restoration of the site after the 1999 storm that heavily damaged the area and some buildings as was then able to see Mrs. Trautman, Minister of Culture came up on a few days later.
Château de Triac 17th century In good condition Triac-Lautrait In 1879, he was rebuilt identically after ancient plans.
Château de Verteuil 11th century In good condition Verteuil-sur-Charente It is partially listed historical monument since March 1966 and fully since 2010, underground are classified. This is a castle that, by historical memories attached to it, and the art treasures it contains, is one of the most remarkable monuments of the Charente.
Château de Vibrac 15th century Ruine Vibrac It was designed by Claude Chatillon, in its French Topography which shows a castle 15th century flanked by round and square towers preceded by a forecourt lined accosted the corners of houses in low pyramidal roof buildings fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vibrac
Château de Vilhonneur 14th century In good condition Vilhonneur All the facades and roofs of old buildings is subject to registration under the historical monuments since January 24, 1966
Château de Villars-Marange 15th-17th century Mérignac Privately owned
Château de Villebois 13th century Restored Villebois-Lavalette Since 1980, the Friends of Castle Villebois-Lavalette organizes sites. The wall is slowly regaining its aspect of 13th century with the slots of the west facade, the roof of one of the towers, and other restorations.
Château de Villevert 14th century In good condition Esse Private Home.
Château de Vouzan 15th century In good condition Vouzan The assembly formed by the castle and the chapel is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since December 31, 1986.
Donjon de la Chaise 11th century In good condition Vouthon It is registered historical monuments since July 8, 1988.
Donjon de Montignac 11th century In good condition Montignac-Charente The remains of the castle were dismantled in 1840. The chapel dedicated to St. Mary was destroyed between 1940 and 1950.
Hôtel de ville d'Angoulême 12th century In good condition Angoulême It is now the town hall. The city hall is surrounded by terraces of cafes and restaurants as well as flowerbeds inspired by French gardens. Nearby, the place New York is the bond between the city hall and promenade wall Desaix, a little further west.
Logis de la Barre 16th-18th century Villejoubert Privately owned
Logis du Bouquet 16th century Javrezac It is forfeited to the Revolution then bought by Lecoq de Boisbaudran and through marriage to Pierre-Etienne Albert will be the mayor of Cognac from 1791 to 1794. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logis_du_Bouquet
Logis de Bourgneuf 16th century Cherves-Richemont The home Bourgneuf is mentioned at the end of the Hundred Years War, with income nothingness. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logis_de_Bourgneuf
Logis de Boussac 17th century In good condition Cherves-Richemont The house, private property to visit 1st of May to 31st of October on weekends and public holidays or by appointment.
Logis de Chalonne 12th century Fléac The home of Chalonne also called the Small Chalonne the Grand Chalonne is located a few kilometers away, in the municipality of Gond-Pontouvre the locality Chalonne overlooking also the Charente fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logis_de_Chalonne_(Fléac)
Logis de Cherconnay 14th century Restoration Longré It was listed historical monument December 23, 1994
Logis de la Cour 12th century Ruins Moulidars Private property
Logis de l'Éclopard 17th century In good condition Gensac-la-Pallue The home was listed historical monument December 31, 1986.
Logis de Frégeneuil 16th century In good condition Soyaux It is listed historical monument since December 16, 1996.
Logis du Maine-Giraud 16th century Ruins Champagne-Vigny It was owned by Philippon, then purchased in 1938 by the Smith Family, who developed and replanted the vineyard.
Logis de la Mothe 16th century In good condition Criteuil-la-Magdeleine This is a wine estate of Grande Champagne that produces Cognac and Pineau.
Logis de Nanclas 16th century In good condition Jarnac The home of Nanclas the gate and dovecote were recorded monuments on December 31, 1985.
Logis de Nanteuil 14th century In good condition Sers The house, including the lower hall and fled south of the castle were recorded monuments on April 14, 1997.
Logis de Puygâty 15th century Restored Chadurie Stone Arceluz restored the castle whose house, towers, the gate and the walls were inscribed as historical monument since March 6, 1987
Logis de Saint-Amant 15th century Ruined Saint-Amant-de-Bonnieure The house of Saint-Amant-de-Bonnieure now houses the town hall has been classified historical monuments March 21, 1983.
Logis de Saint-Rémy 17th century In good condition Cherves-Richemont Facades and roofs of the building are included in the inventory of historical monuments since June 25, 1979. Private property.
Logis de Sigogne 14th century remains Coulgens The set was restored by Marpen club between 1985 and 2008
Logis médiéval de Tessé 11th century Restored La Forêt-de-Tessé The destruction caused during the Hundred Years War is not known.
Logis de la Tourgarnier Angoulême
Logis des Tours 15th century In good condition Villefagnan Towers, porch and fence wall are registered historical monuments since 1951
Logis de la Vergne 15th century In good condition Alloue It is owned by the town and it is now a cultural venue.
Logis de la Villatte 15th century In good condition Ansac-sur-Vienne The home of Villatte was listed historic monument by decree of 8 March 1991 and the chapel with its coffered ceiling is located in the west wing of the house.
Manoir d'Aizecq 16th century In good condition Nanteuil-en-Vallée The pigeon whose interior has retained its bearers is registered historical monument since December 30, 2002.
Motte féodale de Loubert Roumazières-Loubert
Tour du Breuil 17th century In good condition Dignac Owned by Bruno Villemandy. The tower and the chapel were enrolled in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments by order of 23 December 1964 the Minister of State for Cultural Affairs.

Châteaux of Charente-Maritime

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Aulnay 12th century Disappeared Aulnay-de-Saintonge The castle has disappeared, the last ruins were leveled in 1840 . The stones were then used in the constructions of the time and many carved stone are visible along its back streets of the village.
Château d'Authon 16th century In good condition Authon-Ébéon It is listed in the inventory of historical monuments since April 27, 1972
Château de Balanzac 16th century Balanzac The castle (facades and roofs) was listed historical monument April 16, 1957, and the Order of 4 October 1994 has extended the registration on the ground of the plot, the enclosure with its towers and its chapel, the well common buildings, the Castle Gallery and woodwork. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Balanzac
Château de Bardine 12th-13th century Ruined Lorignac
Château de Beaufief 16th century In good condition Mazeray Open to visitors from 14:00 to 18:00 in July and August. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Beaufief
Château de Beaulon 15th century In good condition Saint-Dizant-du-Gua It is surrounded by vineyards which produces Pineau and cognac and is known for its Blue fountains.
Château de Bernessard 15th-17th century Gémozac Owned by an association
Château de Berneray 17th century In good condition Saint-Savinien Privately owned
Château de Bois-Charmant 15th century In good condition Nouillers The castle, by inheritance or sale, passes from hand to hand, and there is an inventory of 1756, when maintenance work was carried out.
Château de Bonnemie 16th-18th century Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron Owned by the town
Château de Burie 16th century Burie Privately owned
Château de Buzay 1771 In good condition La Jarne Open to visitors daily from 1 July to 30 September from 14:30 to 17:30.
Château de Caillères 15th-17th century Clérac Privately owned
Château de Chatelars 15th-16th century Meursac Private property
Château de Chatenet Rétaud Privately owned
Château de Chaux 17th century Chevanceaux Owned by a private company
Château-Couvert 16th-17th century Migron Privately owned
Château de Cramahé 18th century Salles-sur-Mer Privately owned
Château de Crazannes 15th century In good condition Crazannes Crazannes Castle is open to visitors all year round.
Château de Dampierre-sur-Boutonne 15th century In good condition Dampierre-sur-Boutonne The refurbished rooms, the attic of the castle are accessible tour. Films depict the restoration of the gallery and the general restoration of the structures.
Château de Dion 16th-17th century Chérac Private property
Château du Douhet 17th century In good condition Douhet It was registered as a historic monument September 26, 1969
Château d'Écoyeux 17th century In good condition Écoyeux It was registered as a historic monument October 27, 1971
Château du Fa Pons Privately owned
Château de la Faye 1666 In good condition Villexavier On February 26, 2010 the castle was registered under the Historic Monuments.
Château de Feusse 17th century Saint-Just-Luzac Privately owned
Château de la Garde 17th century Salignac-sur-Charente Owned by a private company
Château de la Gataudière 18th century In good condition Marennes Owned now by Family Murat Chasseloup Laubat and now offers leisure and rents reception rooms.
Château de Geay 16th century In good condition Geay Privately owned
Château de Jonzac 16th century Restored Jonzac Currently the north wing of the castle houses the buildings of the Town Hall (restored xix th century ), and the south wing, those of sub-prefecture . The cloister was restored between 1976 and 1978 , and now houses a cultural center with exhibition rooms and Archaeological Museum.
Château de Lussac 16th century Lussac It is registered historic monument by Decree of 21 December 1999. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lussac_(Lussac,_Charente-Maritime)
Château de Matha 16th century In good condition Matha The castle is accessible.
Château de Meux 15th century In good condition Meux The castle and the common subject of a registration under the historical monuments since April 25, 1975
Château de Mons 18th century In good condition Royan In the course of the 1980s, the construction of several buildings near the site can uncover foundations attributed to the ancient castle
Château de Montendre 11th century Ruine Montendre In 1923, the castle is owned by Mrs. Faure which transforms a portion of the property for a walk-open-access. At her death in 1953, she bequeathed the castle to the town, which has the facilities: construction of an open air theater in 1959 and establishment of a museum dedicated to local traditions, the art museum and popular traditions, in the square tower.
Château de Montguyon 11th century In good condition Montguyon The old tower was included in the inventory of historical monuments February 11, 1929, the order was canceled and replaced by the inclusion of the entire castle, the remains of the old stables and July 23, 2004.
Château de la Mothe Meursac
Château de la Morinerie 17th century In good condition Écurat It was listed historical monument December 3, 1969 and it is registered to pre-inventory remarkable gardens.
Château de Mornay 16th century Saint-Pierre-de-l'Isle Currently a nursing home. Visiting the park is allowed daily from 14:30 to 18:30 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Mornay
Château de Neuvicq-le-Château 15th century In good condition Neuvicq-le-Château It is now the town hall and it is registered as historical monument since September 14, 1912.
Château de Nieul-lès-Saintes 15th century In good condition Nieul-lès-Saintes Its restoration is ongoing and has been included in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments July 8, 1988. Visits are in July and August.
Château de Panloy 18th century In good condition Port-d'Envaux 10am to 12pm and 14pm to 18pm daily except Mondays from 1st of May to 30 September and 10h to 19h daily from 1st of July to 31 August.
Château de Pernan Avy
Château de Pisany 12th century In good condition Pisany Sold as national property, then it is partially ruined.
Château de Plassac 18th century In good condition Plassac The castle has many historical monuments protection: An inscription on 6 November 2003, a ranking for the entire castle on June 9, 2008 and registration for the course of the same common June 9, 2008
Château de Ransanne 15th century Soulignonne Castle Ransanne and small building common were registered historical monument Aug. 29, 1991 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Ransanne
Château de la Rigaudière 18th century In good condition Médis Privately owned
Château de Rioux 15th century In good condition Rioux It is registered as a historic monument since October 5, 1965
Château de la Rochecourbon 15th century In good condition Saint-Porchaire Today, it is is open to visitors all year round and offers also rent rooms for weddings and all kinds of professional and private events.
Château de Romefort 15th century In good condition Saint-Georges-des-Coteaux This Gothic style chapel was classified as a historical monument December 11, 2002. Not open to the public.
Château de Saint-Jean-d'Angle 12th century In good condition Saint-Jean-d'Angle It was listed Historical Monument on May 14, 1925, then was canceled and he was ranked March 21, 1994
Château de Saint-Maury Pons
Château de Saint-Seurin-d'Uzet 15th-16th century Chenac-Saint-Seurin-d'Uzet Owned by a private company
Château de la Salle 18th century Gémozac Privately owned
Château de la Sauzaie 18th-19th century Saint-Xandre Privately owned
Château de Surgères 16th century In good condition Surgères Owned by the town
Château de Taillebourg 15th century Disappeared except the tower. Taillebourg It is open to visitors.
Château de Tesson 15th-18th century In good condition Tesson
Château de Thérac 15th-16th century Gonds (Les) Privately owned
Château d'Usson 16th century In good condition Pons The Castle Usson / Castle Riddles, through the company Perched In Tree, offers the possibility of sleeping in "treehouses," four in number, each with its own theme: "squirrels", "zen","sailors"and" puzzles.
Château de Vervant 16th-18th century Vervant Privately owned
Château de Villeneuve-la-Comtesse 12th century In good condition Villeneuve-la-Comtesse The castle is listed as historical monument since May 3, 1949.
Donjon de Fouras 14th century In good condition Fouras It is now a museum of local history and it free access.
Donjon de Pons 1187 In good condition Pons Open to the public. The tower is part of a whole novel: the Saint-Gilles overcome by the Saint-Gilles hosting an archaeological museum, the pilgrims' hospital and medicinal garden, Saint-Vivien church houses.
Fort Boyard 1804 In good condition Owned by the General Council of Charente-Maritime and The building is now mainly known for the TV game show of the same name shot on location since 1990.
Hospice de Soubise 17th century Soubise It was listed historical monument December 8, 1928. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hospice_de_Soubise
Logis de Bouchereau 12th-17th century Macqueville Privately owned
Logis de L'Hôpiteau 19th century Bords Private property
Tour de Broue 11th century In good condition Saint-Sornin Today preserved the dungeon reveals two rubble walls supported by buttresses . Remains of walls, which measured the origin almost seven meters high, are still visible.
Tour de l'Isleau 12th century Ruins It was registered as a historic monument by decree of May 14, 1925
Tour de Saint-Sauvant 14th century Ruins Saint-Sauvant The tower which is a communal property has been classified as a historical monument October 24, 1914

Châteaux of Deux-Sèvres

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Airvault 11th century In good condition Airvault The remains of the castle were registered historic monument October 3rd, 1929 and filed September 24, 2007 in respect of the enclosure and its towers, remains of the Barbican and soil
Château de Argenton-Château Argenton-Château Privately owned
Château de Baugé 17th century In good condition Saint-Cyr-la-Lande Privately owned
Château de la Blandinière 15th-16th century Mauléon Privately owned
Château du Bois de Sanzay 15th century Restored Saint-Martin-de-Sanzay The Bois de Sanzay is now restored by Mr. and Mrs. Gorse that offer room rentals and cultural visits.
Château de Bourdin Saint-Pardoux
Château de Bressuire 10th century Remains Bressuire The castle was acquired by the town in 1975 and ranked in terms of the castle of the influence of soil and ditches by order of April 30, 1996.
Château de La Chapelle-Bertrand 15th century Chapelle-Bertrand (La) Privately owned
Château de Cherveux 12th century In good condition Cherveux The castle was classified as a historic monument 16 September 1929 . It is now the property of the undivided Redien
Château Coudray-Salbart 13th century Restored Échiré 2011 - Work begins on restoration of the Tour du Bois Berthier. 2012 - End of the restoration of the Tower Wood Berthier.
Château de la Coudraie-Noyers Mauléon Privately owned
Château de Coulonges-sur-l'Autize 1542 Coulonges-sur-l'Autize The castle is a historical monument since 1994. It now houses the town hall and the tourist office of the municipality. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Coulonges-sur-l'Autize
Château du Deffend 19th century Montravers Privately owned
Château des Dorides Aubiers (Les) Privately owned
Château des Ducs de la Trémoïlle 17th century In good condition Thouars Owned by the town.
Château de la Durbelière 15th century Ruine Mauléon The remains of the castle that had been recorded October 26, 1927. The common and the land that had been registered on October 15, 1993 have been classified as a historical monument on January 8, 1996, and the moat, the pigeon, the enclosure walls and Pond.
Château de l'Ebaupinay ou de Baupinay Breuil-sous-Argenton (Le) Private property
Château de la Forêt Sainte-Verge Privately owned
Château de La Forêt-sur-Sèvre Forêt-sur-Sèvre (La) Privately owned
Château de la Foye Couture-d'Argenson
Château Francois Deux-Sevres 18th century François Privately owned
Château du Gazeau 15th century In good condition Sainte-Ouenne Privately owned
Château de Gagemont 19th century Saint-Martin-lès-Melle Privately owned
Château de Germain Saint-Coutant Privately owned
Château de Glenay 15th-16th century Ruins Glénay Privately owned
Château de la Guyonnière 16th century In good condition Beaulieu-sous-Parthenay From 1st of June to 14th of July and from 20th of August to 30th of September, daily from 9.30am to 12am and from 14:30 to 18h with free self-guided tour and guided tour 3 euro for adults. Guided tours are available all year round by appointment. Throughout the summer, musicians, storytellers and actors occur in the closed holidays.
Château de l'Herbaudière 16th century Saivres It is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since 4th of October 1994 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_l'Herbaudière_(Deux-Sèvres)
Château de Hérisson 15th-16th century Pougne-Hérisson Owned by the town
Château de Javarzay 1514 In good condition Chef-Boutonne Open daily, including holidays, from 15H to 18H, except Monday and Wednesday.
Château de Jouhé 15th-17th century Pioussay Privately owned
Château des Loges 15th-19th century Chapelle-Bâton (La) Privately owned
Château de Maillé 16th-17th century Chapelle-Bâton (La) Privately owned
Château de Maisontiers 13th century In good condition Maisontiers The castle partially registered for historical monuments since 1957, is in full since 2005.
Château de Marsay 17th-18th century Missé Privately owned
Château de Mauléon 13th-18th century Mauléon State property
Château de Maurivet 15th-19th century Oroux Privately owned
Château de la Meilleraye Beaulieu-sous-Parthenay
Château de Melzéard 15th century Paizay-le-Tort Privately owned
Château de La Mothe-Saint-Héray 17th century Mothe-Saint-Héray (La) Owned by the town
Château des Moulières Saint-Pompain Privately owned
Château de Muflet 14th-17th century Saint-Aubin-du-Plain Privately owned
Château de Mursay 16th century Ruine Échiré the castle was bought by the niortaise urban community to prevent it from falling apart, having lost its roof a few years ago.
Château de Niort Niort
Château de Noirlieu 16th-17th century Bressuire Private property
Château de Nuchèze 15th century Champdeniers-Saint-Denis Privately owned
Château d'Oiron 15th century In good condition Oiron The castle farm, acquired in 1998, has been converted into exhibition halls and educational rooms.
Château d'Olbreuse 14th century Usseau Only the exterior can be visited in July and August fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Olbreuse
Château d'Orfeuille 17th-19th century Gourgé Private property
Château d'Oriou 16th century Saint-Maxire Private property
Château des Ouches Saint-Génard Privately owned
Château de Parthenay 1227 Ruine Parthenay The ruins are classified historical monuments September 2, 1994
Château de la Pastellière 16th-19th century Combrand Owned by a private company
Château de Payré 14th-16th century Peyratte (La) Privately owned
Château le Petit Chêne 19th century Mazières-en-Gâtine Owned by a private company
Château de Piogé 12th-17th century Availles-Thouarsais Privately owned
Château du Pressoir Mauzé-Thouarsais Privately owned
Château de Reigné Moyen Age Souvigné Privately owned
Château de Retournay Marnes Privately owned
Château de la Roche 19th century Argenton-l'Eglise Owned by a private company
Château de la Roche Faton 15th century In good condition Lhoumois The main building of the castle is listed under historical monuments July 11, 1973 and December 31, 1993 for the wings common.
Château de la Rochetaillée Échiré
Château de la Roussière (Coulonges-sur-l'Autize) Coulonges-sur-l'Autize Privately owned
Château de la Roussière (Saint-Maixent-de-Beugné) Saint-Maixent-de-Beugné Privately owned
Château de Saint-Gelais Saint-Gelais Privately owned
Château de Saint-Loup-sur-Thouet 15th century In good condition Saint-Loup-Lamairé In the 1980s, it was owned by Jean-Jacques Debout and Chantal Goya.
Château de Saint-Mesmin 13th century Restored Saint-André-sur-Sèvre The castle of Saint-Mesmin is now managed by a public authority: the Syndicat Mixte du Château de Saint-Mesmin and is open to visitors.
Château Saint-Symphorien 19th century Saint-Symphorien Owned by the town
Château de Salles 15th century Salles Owned by a private company
Château de Sanzay 13th century In good condition Argenton-les-Vallées This castle of the 13th century, the remains of ancient fortifications, the door in the gatehouse flanked by two towers and a chapel with Gothic bays were registered historic monument December 3, 1930.
Château de la Sayette 15th century Vasles Every day from 13:30 to 19:30 on July 29 to September 6 (visit the park and the castle). fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Sayette
Château de Sazay 19th century Saint-Hilaire-la-Palud Owned by a private company
Château de la Taillée 17th century In good condition Echiré Privately owned
Château de Tennessus 14th century Modified Amailloux The site is now converted into cottages. It was included in the monuments on 7 January 1943 and the garden soil and walls closing on 28th of September 1993 and finally the common 19th of September 2007.
Château du Theil 19th century Saint-Aubin-le-Cloud Privately owned
Château de Thiors 15th-16th century Luzay Privately owned
Château de Thouars Thouars Privately owned
Château de Vermette 15th century Chapelle-Gaudin (La) Privately owned
Château de la Villedieu-de-Comblé 15th-17th century Sainte-Eanne Privately owned
Domaine de Lens 18th-19th century Saint-Symphorien Privately owned
Domaine de Tournelay 19th century Nueil-sur-Argent Privately owned
Logis de la Jobtière 15th century Forêt-sur-Sèvre (La) Privately owned
Vieux château d'Montravers 15th century Forêt-sur-Sèvre (La) Privately owned

Châteaux of Vienne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Abain Thurageau Privately owned
Château d'Aigne 17th century Iteuil Privately owned
Château d'Angles-sur-l'Anglin (Angles-sur-l'Anglin) 12th century In good condition Angles-sur-l'Anglin Open to the public. It was classified a historic monument February 10, 1926
Château d' Angles-sur-l'anglin Avanton Privately owned
Château d' Ayron 15th century Ayron Owned by the town
Château d'Auxances 12th-15th century Migné-Auxances Property of a religious association
Château baronial ou des Evêques de Poitiers 11th-14th century Chauvigny Owned by the town
Château de la Bâtie 17th century Mouterre-Silly Privately owned
Château de Bernay Moyen Age-17th century Iteuil Privately owned
Château de Berrie 12th century In good condition Berrie Open to the public all year. The entire castle and the land on which it was built were classified historic monument October 3, 1997.
Château de Bierson 19th-20th century Marçay Owned by a private company
Château du Bois-Dousset 14th-17th century Lavoux Privately owned
Château du Bois-Gourmond 14th-16th century Loudun Privately owned
Château de Boismorand 15th-19th century Antigny Owned by a private company
Château du Bois-Rogue 13th-16th century Loudun Privately owned
Château de la Bonnetière 13th century Remains La Chaussée The chapel houses an exhibition on the history of the castle.
Château de Bonnivet 1515 In good condition Vendeuvre-du-Poitou The remains of the castle Bonnivets, its boundary wall and the archaeological site were registered historic monument September 19, 2001.
Château d' Bourg-Archambault 13th-19th century Bourg-Archambault Privately owned
Château de la Bournalière 17th century Cuhon Privately owned
Château du Breuil 17th century Vernon Owned by a private company
Château de la Brosse 16th-17th century Vicq-sur-Gartempe Privately owned
Château de Cercigny 14th-17th century Vivonne Privately owned
Château de la Chaise 15th century Saint-Rémy-sur-Creuse Privately owned
Château de Chambonneau 14th century In good condition Gizay Currently owned by the Family Beaucorps-Crequy- Lozouet of Beaucorps-Créquy.
Château de La Chapelle-Bellouin 16th century Roche-Rigault (La) Privately owned
Château de Château-Larcher Château-Larcher Owned by the town
Château de Cherves 12th-17th century Cherves Privately owned
Château des Chézeaux en bordure du CR 7 15th-18th century Vendeuvre-du-Poitou Privately owned
Château de la Chèze (Chiré-en-Montreuil) Chiré-en-Montreuil
Château de la Chèze (Latillé) 17th-19th century Latillé Private property
Château de Chiré-en-Montreuil 15th-17th century Chiré-en-Montreuil Owned by the town
Château de Chitré 16th-19th century Vouneuil-sur-Vienne Privately owned
Château de Cibioux 15th-18th century Surin Privately owned
Château de Clairvaux 15th century In good condition Scorbé-Clairvaux The castle is a historic monument in 1928. During World War II , the castle was the seat of the Allied Command and serves refugee camp, and hosts even after the camps. Many degradation thus succeed before the purchase by the current owner, with the support of Historic Monuments, undertook its restoration. Besides an exhibition devoted to Henri III, it now houses the Museum of chess.
Château du Cluzeau 12th-16th century Lathus-Saint-Rémy Private property
Château de la Coincardière 15th century Sanxay Privately owned
Château de la Cour 16th-18th century Jazeneuil Owned by an association
Château de Coussay 16th century Coussay Privately owned
Château-Couvert 16th century Ruins Jaunay-Clan It was listed in the inventory of Historical Monuments in 1984 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château-Couvert
Château de Crémault 16th-17th century Bonneuil-Matours Owned by the town
Château de Cujalais 12th century Ceaux-en-Couhé The castle and the surrounding property are private and not open to visitors. However, the building was unusually open to visitors during the Heritage Days 2003 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Cujalais
Château de Curzay 15th-19th century In good condition Curzay-sur-Vonne Privately owned
Château de Dissay 15th century In good condition Dissay It was classified as a historical monument by order of May 9, 1989
Château d'Épanvilliers 1530 Restored Brux It is open to the public July and August.
Château d'Etables 15th-18th century Charrais Privately owned
Château de l'Étang Saint-Pierre-d'Exideuil
Château du Fief-Clairet 17th century Saint-Benoît Privately owned
Château du Fou 15th century Restored Vouneuil-sur-Vienne The gate, the moat, towers, turret, staircase, vault have been classified as a historical monument in 1953. The rest of the castle including the undeveloped parts was included in the Inventory of Historical Monuments in 2010.
Château de Fougeret 15th-19th century Queaux Private property
Château de Furigny Neuville-de-Poitou Privately owned
Château de la Fuye Mouterre-Silly Privately owned
Château de Galmoisin 17th century Saint-Maurice-la-Clouère Privately owned
Château de Gençay 1250 Ruine Gençay It is now ruins of archaeological interest.
Château de Gilles de Rais 13th-16th century Cheneché Privately owned
Château de la Grande Jaille 17th-19th century Sammarçolles Privately owned
Château de Grandmaison 15th century Vouillé Privately owned
Château de la Groie 15th-18th century Ingrandes Privately owned
Château de La Guérinière 19th century Guesnes Privately owned
Château de la Guitière 14th-20th century Saint-Pierre-de-Maillé Privately owned
Château d'Habin ou Abin 15th century Saint-Genest-d'Ambière Privately owned
Château d'Harcourt Chauvigny Owned by the town
Château du Haut-Clairvaux 10th century Partially restored Scorbé-Clairvaux The imposing building, a tower, probably the smallest, and a stately chapel have been preserved. The remains of the chapel and the dungeon are classified as historical monuments by order of November 25, 1926 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Haut-Clairvaux
Château de la Jarige Pressac
Château de Joussé 15th century Joussé Privately owned
Château de Jutreau 15th century Saint-Pierre-de-Maillé Privately owned
Château de la Lande 16th century Montmorillon Visits from outside: from 1st of July to 13th of August daily from 14 am to 17h 30 (except July 14). Visits inside with the 1st of July to 13th of August to 14 h 30 15 h 30 16 h 30 except Saturdays, Sundays and July 14. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Lande_(Montmorillon)
Château de Lavau 15th century Celle-Lévescault Privately owned
Château de Léray 16th century In good condition Saint-Pierre-d'Exideuil It was listed as a historic monument November 7, 1932.
Château de Leugny Leugny Privately owned
Château de Loubressay 18th century Bonnes Privately owned
Château de Loudun Loudun Owned by the town
Château de Lusignan 11th century Ruine Lusignan The castle served as a prison Jacques Heart and the future king of France, Louis XII. It is listed as a historic monument since 1997.
Château de Lussac-les-Châteaux Lussac-les-Châteaux Privately owned
Château de la Maillollière Blanzay Privately owned
Château de Marçay 12th-18th century Chouppes Privately owned
Château de Marconnay 15th-17th century Sanxay Privately owned
Château de Mariéville et abords 19th century Bonneuil-Matours Privately owned
Château de la Massardière 15th-17th century Thuré Privately owned
Château de Masseuil 1430 Quinçay Currently owned by Family Grassin-Gail. It was ranked in the inventory of Historic Monuments April 8, 1963. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Masseuil
Château de la Merveillère Thuré
Château de la Messelière 15th century Queaux Privately owned
Château La Minauderie 17th century Poitiers Privately owned
Château de Mondion 15th century Mondion Privately owned
Château de Montfaucon Moyen Age-15th century Marigny-Brizay Private property
Château de Monthoiron 15th-16th century Monthoiron Privately owned
Château de Montpensier 15th century Vézières Privately owned
Château de Montreuil-Bonnin Montreuil-Bonnin
Château de Monts-sur-Guesnes 14th-18th century Monts-sur-Guesnes Privately owned
Château de Morthemer 19th century Valdivienne Private property
Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers 13th century Ruine and abandoned Trois-Moutiers Plants grow from both sides and devastating walls and roofs already in poor condition, and stones suffer the passage of time. Only the chapel is still in relatively good condition and recalls with the pigeon, the power of the ancient feud. An arrow indicates the monument sign at the entrance to the road leading to it from the local road.
Château de la Mothe 16th century Persac Privately owned
Château de la Motte (Chalandray) 15th century Chalandray Owned by a private company
Château de la Motte (Usseau) 15th-19th century Usseau Privately owned
Château et église Notre-Dame 12th-14th century Moncontour Owned by the town
Château des Ormes 17th century In good condition Ormes In 2001 it was acquired and "reconstituted" by Mr. and Mrs. Abbou, the new owners are willing to open to the public the castle and its outbuildings, classified historic monument since 1966 (for the facades and roofs), the rest of domain is registered since 2005 only.
Château du Pin 12th-19th century Coulonges Privately owned
Château de La Planche 16th century Vivonne Privately owned
Château de Prunier Pindray Privately owned
Château de Purnon 18th-20th century Verrue Private property
Château de Puygarreau (Orches) 17th century Orches Privately owned
Château de Puygarreau (Saint-Genest-d'Ambière) 15th-17th century Saint-Genest-d'Ambière Privately owned
Château des Robinières 16th century Scorbé-Clairvaux Some items are listed under historical monuments since June 27, 1984 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Robinières
Château de la Roche-Amenon 18th-19th century Buxeuil Privately owned
Château de Rochefort 15th century Mirebeau Privately owned
Château de La Roche-Gençay Magné Privately owned
Château de la Roche-du-Maine 16th century Prinçay Privately owned
Château de la Roche-Marteau ou Roche-Martel ou Roche-du-Maine 15th-16th century Roiffé Privately owned
Château de Rochemaux 15th-17th century Charroux Privately owned
Château de la Roche-d'Orillac 15th-17th century Saint-Gaudent Privately owned
Château des Roches 15th-16th century Vendeuvre-du-Poitou Privately owned
Château de Rouhet Beaumont Privately owned
Château de Saint-Julien-l'Ars 14th century Saint-Julien-l'Ars Privately owned
Château de Sautonne 17th century Martaizé Privately owned
Chateau de Sommières-du-Clain Sommières-du-Clain
Château de Targé 15th century In good condition Châtellerault In a town of 884 people, it has today been converted into a municipal museum. The village was incorporated in Targé Chatellerault.
Château de Ternay 1439 In good condition Ternay The castle is now inhabited and partly converted into cottages and stables cottage can accommodate 10 people.
Château de Touffou 12th century In good condition Bonnes It was bought in 1964 by the British advertising David Ogilvy. It is now owned by his wife Herta Ogilvy Lens. They are all devoted to the development of the gardens until his death on 21st of July 1999
Château de la Tour d'Oyré 15th-19th century Availles-en-Châtellerault Owned by a private company
Château de la Tour-de-Naintré 14th-16th century Naintré Privately owned
Château de la Tour-de-Ry ou Tourderie 15th-16th century Coussay Privately owned
Château de la Tour-de-Signy 16th century Marigny-Brizay Privately owned
Château de Valençay 15th century Antran Privately owned
Château de la Valette 18th century Marigny-Brizay Privately owned
Château de Vaucour Leignes-sur-Fontaine Privately owned
Château de Vayres 14th-17th century In good condition Saint-Georges-lès-Baillargeaux Owned by a private company
Château de Verrières 14th-16th century Bournand Privately owned
Château de la Vervollière 15th-16th century Coussay-les-Bois Privately owned
Château de Villenon 15th century Anché Privately owned
Château de Yversay 18th century Yversay Privately owned
Domaine de la Réauté 17th-18th century Ligugé Privately owned
Donjon de Saint-Cassien 12th century Angliers It is listed as a historical monument since September 29, 1987. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donjon_de_Saint-Cassien
Forge de Verrières 17th-18th century Lhommaizé Private property
Manoir de la Thibaudière Tercé
Tour du Cordier Ruine Poitiers All this old wall to which it belongs has been classified as a historical monument by decree of January 11, 1921 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tour_du_Cordier
Tour de Viliers Boivin Vézières

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