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Châteaux of Bourgogne

This is the list of Châteaux in Bourgogne. It is located in central France. Bourgogne includes the following four departments: Côte-d'Or, Saône-et-Loire, Yonne and Niévre

We have listed 523 Chateaux in the Bourgogne region (including ruins and "lost" Châteaux), of which 196 have their own dedicated page. If you know of any Châteaux in Bourgogne that are not in our list, please let us know!

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http://www.chateau-fort-manoir-chateau.eu
http://fr.wikipedia.org/
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail:Châteaux_de_France

Châteaux of Côte-d'Or

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Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château des Abbés de Citeaux (ancien)17th-18th centuryGilly-lès-CîteauxProperty of the Department
Château de Agencourt17th centuryAgencourtOwned by a Private company
Château d'Antigny12th-17th centuryFoissyPrivately owned
Château d'Arcelot1761In good conditionArceauCurrently owned by the Loisy Family. Open to the public.
Château de Arnay-le-Duc16th centuryIn good conditionArnay-le-DucOwned by the town.
Château de Auxonne17th centuryPartially ruinedAuxonneState property.
Château de Avosnes16th centuryAvosnesPrivately owned
Château de Barbirey-sur-Ouche17th-20th centuryBarbirey-sur-OuchePrivately owned
Château de Beaumont-sur-Vingeanne1723Beaumont-sur-Vingeanne It is registered historic monument since April 16, 1948.
Château de Beauregard (Montigny-sur-Aube)12th-19th centuryIn good conditionMontigny-sur-AubePrivately owned
Château de Beire-le-Châtel13th-19th centuryBeire-le-ChâtelPrivately owned
Château de Belan-sur-Ource19th centuryBelan-sur-OurcePrivately owned
Château de la Berchère17th centuryBoncourt-le-BoisPrivately owned
Château de Bierre-lès-Semur18th centuryBierre-lès-SemurOwned by a Private company
Château de Blancey16th-18th centuryBlanceyPrivately owned
Château de Blagny-sur-Vingeanne18th centuryBlagny-sur-VingeannePrivately owned
Château de Blaisy-Haut10th centuryRebuiltBlaisy-HautBecome a farm, the chateau has undergone many transformations. http://www.ccsombernonnais.fr/V2/index.php?page=patrimoine
Château de Bourbilly14th centuryUndertook restoration in 1867-1871Vic-de-ChassenayOpen to the public and it was permanently inscribed on the list of monuments historiques of France than by an order of March 19, 1992.
Château de Bouzot16th centuryBoux-sous-SalmaisePrivately owned
Château Brazey-en-Morvan17th-18th centuryBrazey-en-MorvanPrivately owned
Château de Bressey-sur-Tille18th centuryBressey-sur-TillePrivately owned
Château de Bretenière18th-19th centuryBretenièrePrivately owned
Château des Ducs de Bourgogne (ancien)13th centuryTalantOwned by the town
Château de Brochon1895In good conditionBrochonIt is currently owned by the town of Brochon and it is classified as historical monument in 1984.
Château de Broindon17th centuryBroindonPrivately owned
Château de Buffon18th centuryMontbardOwned by the town
Château de Bussy-Rabutin12th centuryIn good conditionBussy-le-GrandThe chateau is the subject of a classification as historical monuments by the list of 1862.
Château de Chailly-sur-Armançon16th centuryChailly-sur-ArmançonPrivately owned
Château de Chevigny-Saint-Sauveur
Château de Châteauneuf
Château de Châtellenot
Château de Châtenoy
Château de Chevagny-les-Chevrières
Château de CharnyCharnyPrivately owned
Château de Chaudenay-le-Château13th-14th centuryChaudenay-le-ChâteauPrivately owned
Château de Châteauneuf1132ChâteauneufIt is now a museum and can be visited all year-round.
Château de Châtellenot1300destroyed during the French revolution byt was restored by the family who bought it. ChâtellenotIt is currently owned by a private person.
Château de Chazeuil14th centuryChazeuilPrivately owned
Château de Chorey-les-Beaune18th-19th centuryChorey-les-BeauneOwned by a Private company
Château du Clos de Vougeot12th centuryIn good conditionVougeotThe castle is classified as historical monuments since 1949 and opened to the public for its museum of wine . This is a great place to promote traditional Burgundy cuisine and wines of Burgundy by the Brotherhood of the Knights of Tastevin.
Château de Clomot15th centuryClomotPrivately owned
Château de Collonges-lès-Bévy17th-18th centuryCollonges-lès-BévyPrivately owned
Château de Commarin14th centuryIn good conditionCommarinThe castle is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since September 12, 1949.
Château de Conforgien14th-16th centurySaint-Martin-de-la-MerOwned by a Private company
Château de Corabœuf15th-19th centuryIvry-en-MontagnePrivately owned
Château de Corcelles-les-Arts12th-17th centuryCorcelles-les-ArtsPrivately owned
Château de Courcelles-lès-Montbard13th centuryCourcelles-lès-MontbardPrivately owned
Château de Courcelles-lès-Semur13th-17th centuryCourcelles-lès-SemurPrivately owned
Château de Courtivron14th-18th centuryCourtivronPrivately owned
Château de Créancey17th- 18th centuryCréanceyPrivately owned
Château de Cussigny18th centuryCorgoloinPrivately owned
Château de DijonNothing remainsDijonOwned by the municipality
Château de Duesme13th-14th centuryDuesmePrivately owned
Château de Ecutigny15th-17th centuryEcutignyPrivately owned
Château d'Éguilly
Château d'Époisses
Château d'Éguilly12th centuryÉguillyIt was classified historic monument December 7, 1993.
Château d'Entre-Deux-Monts17th centuryNuits-Saint-GeorgesOwned by a Private company
Château d'Époisses13th centuryÉpoissesYou can visit the outdoors all year and in July and August inside.
Château de Epoisses18th centuryFléePrivately owned
Château Essarois17th centuryEssaroisPrivately owned
Château et basilique de Fontaine-lès-Dijon11th centuryIn good conditionFontaine-lès-Dijon
Château de Fontaine-Française
Château de Frôlois
Château forteresse Louis XI
Château de Fontaine-Française1754Fontaine-FrançaiseIt is classified as historical monument.
Château de Frôlois13th centuryRuined but was rebuild in 14th and 18th centuryFrôloisIt is privately owned and it has been listed since 1977 as a historical monument by the French ministry of culture.
Château de Gamay12th-14th centurySaint-AubinPrivately owned
Château de Gemeaux18th centuryGemeauxPrivately owned
Château de Gevrey-Chambertin11th centuryGevrey-ChambertinSleeping deck, the Dungeon and Chateau were included in the inventory of Historical Monuments on September 24, 1993. The chateau is open to the sightseeing.
Château de Gouville18th centuryCorcelles-les-Monts
Château de Grancey18th centuryGrancey-le-Château-NeuvellePrivately owned
Château de Grignon12th centuryGrignonOwned by a Private company
Château de Jours-lès-Baigneux16th centuryIn good conditionJours-lès-BaigneuxPrivately owned
Château de Lacour-d'Arcenay18th centuryLacour-d'ArcenayPrivately owned
Château de Laperrière
Château de Lantenay1665LantenayPrivate property and partially registered and listed as a historical monument. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lantenay_(Côte-d'Or)#Lieux_et_monuments
Château de Laperrière13th centuryDisappearedLaperriere-sur-Saonefr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Laperrière
Château de Larrey1230Modified and enlargedLareyThis castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Ledavrée15th centuryClamereyPrivately owned.
Château de Longecourt-en-Plaine13th centuryLongecourt-en-PlaineThe chateau is now occupied by the family of Saint-Seine and the accommodation is possible (five rooms and one suite).
Château de Lusigny-sur-Ouche16th-17th centuryLusigny-sur-OuchePrivately owned.
Château de Lux13th-18th centuryLuxPrivately owned.
Château de Magny-lès-Aubigny18th centuryMagny-lès-AubignyPrivately owned.
Château de Mâlain
Château de Marigny-le-Cahouet
Château de Ménessaire
Château de Mâlain12th centuryrestored in 1985MâlainIt now belongs to the city of Mâlain and Archaeological Group Mesmontois.
Château de Marigny-le-Cahouët12th-19th centuryMarigny-le-CahouëtPrivately owned.
Château MarmontChâtillon-sur-Seine
Château de Ménessaire12th centuryFully restoredMénessaire It offers guesthouse and cottages.
Château de Messigny-et-Vantoux18th centuryMessigny-et-VantouxPrivately owned.
Château de Messigny-et-Vantoux18th centuryMessigny-et-VantouxRegistered in Historical Monument and it is a Private Propertyfr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messigny-et-Vantoux#Lieux_et_monuments
Château de Minot15th-17th centuryMinotPrivately owned
Château de Missery14th-18th centuryMisseryPrivately owned
Chateau de Molinot16th-17th centuryMolinotPrivately owned
Château de Montculot18th centuryUrcyOwned by a Private company
Château de Monthelie16th-18th centuryIn good conditionMontheliePrivately owned
Château de MontmusardPartially demolished in 19th centuryDijon
Château de Montfort13th centuryRuinesMontigny-MontfortSince 2011, 200 members of a association have been restoring and beautify the site. It is open for free tours reservation.
Château de Montmoyen17th-18th centuryMontmoyenPrivately owned
Château de Mont-Saint-Jean12th-15th centuryMont-Saint-JeanPrivately owned
Château de Montille17th centurySemur-en-AuxoisPrivately owned
Château Nan-sous-Thil17th centuryNan-sous-ThilOwned by a Private company
Château de Norges13th-14th centuryNorges-la-Ville
Château d'Orain17th centuryGrignonPrivately owned
Château Pagny-le-Château16th centuryPagny-le-ChâteauPrivately owned
Château de Perrigny-lés-Dijon13th centuryMissingPerrigny-lés-DijonThe current traces of the old castle and its outbuildings are still recognizable in the topography of the village. One can spot the remains of a door of the backyard (hinges), an oven and an ordinary press, now part of a private property. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Perrigny-lès-Dijon
Château de Posanges1440-1445RestoredPosangesIt was converted to a Cloth factory.
Château de Promenois14th-18th centuryJoueyPrivately owned
Château de Puits15th-17th centuryRuinedPuitsPrivately owned
Château de Quemigny-sur-Seine13th-17th centuryQuemigny-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Château de Quincerot14th-18th centuryQuincerotPrivately owned
Château de Quincey17th-18th centuryQuinceyPrivately owned
Chateau de La Roche-en-Brenil16th-18th centuryRoche-en-Brenil (La)Privately owned
Château de la Rochepot13th centuryRebuilt it the 15th and fully restored in 19th centuryRochepotCurrently owned by the Descendants of Sadi Carnot and its open to the public.
Château de Rochefort (vestiges)16th-17th centuryAsnières-en-MontagnePrivately owned
Château de Rochefort-sur-Brévon19th centuryRochefortPrivately owned
Château de Rosières
Château de Rocheprise15th-19th centuryBrémur-et-VauroisPrivately owned
Château de Rosières11th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Seine-sur-VingeanneThe castle was eventually bought in 1980 by the family Bergerot. The current owners operate in rooms and breakfast.
Château de RougemontMiddle AgesRougemontOwned by the municipality
Château du Roussay14th-18th centuryClomotOwned by a Private company
Château de RouvresDestroyedRouvres-en-Plaine There is no longer any trace. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Rouvres
Château de Saint-ApollinaireSaint-ApollinairePrivately owned
Château Saint-Bernard
Château de Saint-AnthôtSaint-Anthot
Château de Sainte-Colombe17th-18th centurySainte-ColombePrivately owned
Château de Saint-Rémy16th centurySaint-RémyPrivately owned
Chateau-Saint-Sauveur14th-18th centuryDijonPrivate property
Château de Salmaise12th-15th centurySalmaisePrivately owned
Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune14th-17th centuryRestoredSavigny-lès-BeaunePrivately owned.
Château de Semur-en-AuxoisRebuiltSemur-en-Auxoisfr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semur-en-Auxois#Monuments_et_lieux_touristiques
Château et parc de SerrignyLadoix-SerrignyPrivately owned
Château de Soussey-sur-Brionne13th-17th centurySoussey-sur-BrionnePrivately owned
Château Stéphen-Liégeard19th centuryBrochonState property
Château de Talmay13th centuryTalmayCurrently owned by the Family Bordeaux-Montrieux Bonhoure.
Château de Tanyot18th centuryTanayPrivately owned
Château de Tavannes18th centuryIn good conditionAisey-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Château de Ternant17th centuryTernantPrivately owned
Château de Thenissey18th centuryunder restorationThenisseyfr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thenissey#Lieux_et_monuments
Château Thoisy-la-Berchère15th-19th centuryThoisy-la-BerchèreOwned by a Private company
Château de Thil13th centuryRestored in 20th centuryVic-sous-ThilIt is a classification as a historical monument since September 12, 1905.
Château de Turcey15th-17th centuryTurceyPrivately owned
Château dit Tour Marmont13th-16th centuryGissey-sous-FlavignyPrivately owned
Château de la Velle16th centuryMeursaultPrivately owned.
Château de Verrey-sous-Salmaise18th centuryVerrey-sous-SalmaisePrivately owned.
Château de Vianges15th-18th centuryViangesPrivately owned.
Château de Villars18th centuryDompierre-en-MorvanPrivately owned.
Château de Villaines-en-Duesmois13th-17th centuryVillaines-en-DuesmoisPrivately owned.
Château de Villeberny15th-16th centuryVillebernyPrivately owned.
Château de Villers-la-Faye15th centuryVillers-la-FayePrivately owned.
Château de Villiers-le-Duc17th centuryIn good conditionVilliers-le-DucPrivately property
Château de Villotte-Saint-Seine17th centuryVillotte-Saint-SeinePrivately owned.
Commanderie de la Romagne15th centurySaint-Maurice-sur-VingeanneIt is subject to classification as a historical monument since June 25, 1962.
Palais abbatial Saint-Bénigne17th centuryIn good conditionDijon
Palais des ducs de Bourgogne1364In good conditionDijonIt is now the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Dijon and City Hall.

Châteaux of Niévre

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Anizy12th-18th centuryIn good conditionLimantonPrivately owned
Château d'Arthel16th-19th centuryIn good conditionArthelPrivately owned
Château d'Aunay17th-18th centuryAunay-en-BazoisPrivately owned
Château d'Azy19th centurySaint-Benin-d'AzyOwned by a Private company
Château de Bazoches12th centuryModifiedBazochesCurrently owned by the Sigalas Family. It is open to visitors.
Château de Besne15th-19th centurySaint-PéreusePrivately owned
Château du Bessay14th-18th centuryToury-sur-JourPrivately owned
Château des Bordes15th-17th centuryUrzyPrivately owned
Château de Brinon-sur-Beuvron15th-18th centuryBrinon-sur-BeuvronOwned by a Private company
Château de Champdioux13th centuryMaux
Château de Chandioux (ruines)14th-15th centuryMauxPrivately owned
Château de la Chasseigne15th centurySaint-Parize-le-Châtel
Château de Châtillon-en-Bazois15th-19th centuryChâtillon-en-BazoisOwned by a Private company
Château de la Chaussade18th centuryGuérignyOwned by a Public Institution
Château de Chevenon14th-16th centuryIn good conditionChevenonPrivately owned
Château de Chitry-les-Mines17th-19th centuryRuinedChitry-les-MinesPrivately owned
Château de Cigogne15th centuryFermeté (La)Privately owned
Château de Corbelin13th centuryLa Chapelle-Saint-AndréClassified as a historical monument since 1940.
Château de Concley18th centuryPoil
Château de Coulon16th centuryMouron-sur-YonnePrivate property
Château des Créneaux14th-17th centuryTrucy-l'OrgueilleuxPrivate Property
Château de DecizeDecizePrivately owned
Château de Dornes13th-18th centuryDornesPrivately owned
Château de Druy-Parigny14th-15th centuryDruy-ParignyPrivately owned
Château de Dumphlun15th-18th centuryBilly-ChevannesPrivately owned.
Château de Fertot19th centuryGimouilleOwned by a Private company
Château de Foucherenne15th centurySaxi-BourdonPrivately owned
Château d'Ettevaux18th-20th centuryPoil
Château de Giry14th-16th centuryGiryPrivately owned
Château de Goujon19th centuryRenovatedCossayefr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Goujon
Château des Granges16th-17th centurySuilly-la-TourPrivately owned
Château de Lantilly13th centuryCervonIt is open for accomodation.
Château de Lichy15th-17th centuryBonaOwned by a Private company
Château de Luanges19th centuryUrzyPrivately owned
Chateau de Lys17th-18th centuryLysOwned by a Private company
Château de Marcilly15th-19th centuryIn good conditionCervonPrivately owned
Château du MaraisGimouillePrivately owned
Château de Marry15th-18th centuryMoulins-EngilbertPrivately owned
Château de Meauce15th-18th centuryIn good conditionSaincaize-MeaucePrivately owned
Château de Menou17th centuryMenouPrivately owned
Château de Mocques17th centurySaint-Martin-sur-NohainPrivately owned
Château de la Montagne18th-19th centurySaint-Honoré-les-BainsPrivate Property
Château de la Motte (Arthel)15th-18th centuryRestoredArthelPrivately owned
Château de la Motte-Farchat16th centuryFleury-sur-LoirePrivately owned
Château de la Motte-Josserand14th-17th centuryPerroyPrivately owned
Château de Moulins-Engilbert10th centuryRenovatedMoulins-EngilbertIt is currently owned by the Municipality of Saint-Honoré. It is open to the public.
Château de Mouron19th centuryMesves-sur-LoireOwned by a Private company
Château de Moussy15th centuryMoussyPrivately owned
Château du MousseauPoil
Château des comtes de Nevers (ancien)13th-14th centuryMontenoisonOwned by the town
Château du NozetSaint-Andelain
Château de Passy-les-Tours14th centuryRuineVarennes-lés-NarcyIt is subject to registration as a historic monument since June 28, 1927.
Château de PierfittePoil
Château de Pignol17th centuryTannayPrivately owned
Château de Précy14th-17th centuryGuipyOwned by a Private company
Château de Prye19th centuryFermeté (La)Privately owned
Château de Quincize17th-18th centuryBlismesPrivately owned.
Château de La Roche18th centuryLarochemillayPrivately owned
Château de Romenay17th-18th centuryDiennes-AubignyPrivate Property.
Château de Rosemont (ruines)13th centuryLuthenay-UxeloupPrivately owned
Château de Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye16th centurySaint-Amand-en-PuisayeOwned by the town
Château de Saint-Léger17th-18th centurySaint-Léger-de-FougeretPrivately owned
Château de Saint-Loup19th centurySaint-Germain-ChassenayOwned by a Private company
Château et enceinte Saint-VérainSaint-VérainPrivately owned
Château de Saulières17th-18th centurySaint-PéreuseProperty of a Private company
Chateau de Sauvages16th-18th centuryBeaumont-la-FerrièrePrivately owned.
Château de Sermoise18th centurySermoise-sur-LoirePrivately owned
Château de Toury-Lurcy12th-19th centuryToury-LurcyPrivate property
Château de Tracy-sur-Loire15th-16th centuryTracy-sur-LoirePrivate Property
Château de Vandenesse14th-17th centuryVandenessePrivately owned.
Château de Verneuil14th-15th centuryVerneuilPrivately owned
Château de Vésigneux17th-18th centuryRuinedSaint-Martin-du-PuyPrivately owned
Château de Vevres14th-17th centuryRouyPrivately owned.
Château dit du Vieux Moulin13th-16th centuryVielmanayPrivately owned
Château de Villars14th centurySaint-Parize-le-ChâtelPrivately owned.
Château de Villemenant14th-15th centuryGuérignyPrivately owned.
Château de Villemolin14th centuryAnthienThe chateau is open to visitors since 1976 from July-August (off season or by appointment).
Maison forte d'Alligny-en-Morvan12th-17th centuryAlligny-en-MorvanOwned by the town
Maison forte de Riegot15th centuryChampvertPrivately owned
Palais ducal de Nevers15th centuryRestoredNeversThe palace now houses the Town Hall (including the mayor's office and dining tips), part of the tourist office, exhibition halls and reception, and a permanent exhibition on the history and strengths of the city ( Formula 1 , earthenware, etc.. ) as well as aquarium fish Loire.
Petit Château La Gloriette17th centuryNeversOwned by the town
Tour Vauban15th-17th centuryEpiryOwned by a Private company

Châeaux of Saône-et-Loire

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Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Allerey18th centurySuffered significant changesAllerey-sur-SaâneThe Chateau is private property and can not be visited.
Château de Amanzé15th centuryAmanzéPrivately owned.
Château d'Arcy15th centuryVindecyIt is a private property and cannot be visited.
Château de l'Arvolot15th centuryBoyerThe chateau is a private property belong to the La Forest Divonne Family and not open to the public.
Château d'Audour18th centuryDompierre-les-OrmesIt is a private property and cannot be visited.
Château de Balleure15th centuryétrignyThe chateau is private property and cannot be visited.
Château de la Bouthière
Château de Boutavant
Château de Buffières
Château de Ballore13th centuryCurrently being restoredBalloreThe castle is a private property and it is not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Ballore
Château de Banchet14th centuryTotally renovated in 1986ChâteauneufPrivately owned and not opened to visitors.
Château de Beaulieu1660Varennes-lés-MâconThe chateau is a private property and not open to the public.
Château de Beaurepaire-en-Bresse15th centuryBeaurepaire-en-BresseThe chateau is a private property and its open to the public.
Château de Berzé10th centuryBerzé-le-ChâtelThe chateau is a private property . Guided tours are available from June to September, and throughout the year by appointment for groups.
Château de Besanceuil14th centuryBonnayThe chateau is beaing run by Anne Semprun, it is a private property and not opened to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Besanceuil
Château de Besseuil17th centuryClesséThe chateau is private property ancd cannot be visited.
Château de BesornaySaint-Vincent-des-PrésPrivately owned.
Château de Bissy-sur-Fley15th centuryWell preservedBissy-sur-FleyThe chateau is privately owned but it is open to visitors.
Château de la Bouthiére15th centurySaint-Léger-sous-BeuvrayThe chateau is a private property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Bouthière
Château de Bouttavant11th centuryCortambertThe chateau is a private property and its not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Bouttavant
Château de Brancion12th centuryRuineMartailly-lés-BrancionThe chateau is private property and its open to the public.
Château de Brandon12th centuryMajor renovationSaint-Pierre-de-VarennesThe chateau is a private property but it is open to the public.
Château de Bresse-sur-Grosne14th centuryRestored in 1870Bresse-sur-GrosneThe chateau is private property and not open to the public.
Château du Breuil17th centuryMajor restoration in 1930GueugnonThe chateau is private property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Breuil_(Gueugnon)
Château du Breuil14th centuryRestored in 1718BreuilThe chateau is a private property and not open to the public. The park is open to the public though. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Breuil_(Le_Breuil)
Château du Brouchy19th centuryChampagnatPrivately owned.
Château de Buffiéres12th centuryRebuilt in 15th centuryMontbelletThe chateau is a private property and its not open to the public.
Château de Buis18th centuryChissey-en-MorvanPrivately owned.
Château de la Baulme19th centuryCronatPrivately owned.
Château de Burnand15th centuryRestored in 1865BurnandIt is a private property and not open to the public.
Château de Bussière17th centuryTagnière (La)Privately owned.
Château de Chaintré12th centuryIn good conditionCrêches-sur-SaôneIt is a private property, serving as a luxury residence and cannot be visited.
Château de Chaintré
Château de Châteauneuf
Château de Chamilly13th centuryChamillyPrivate property and not opened to the public.
Château de ChampforgeuilDuring the French RevolutionChampforgeuilIt is a private property and cannot be visited. However the court can be visited.
Château de Champignolle17th centuryLa TagniérePrivate property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Champignolle
Tour de Champiteau12th centurySaint-FirminPrivate property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tour_de_Champiteau
Château de ChampsignySaint-Léger-du-BoisPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de ChampventLa GuichePrivate property and not opened to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Champvent_(France)
Château de Champvigy19th centurySaint-Bonnet-de-Vieille-VignePrivately owned and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Champvigy
Château de la Chapelle-de-Bragny12th centuryLa Chapelle-de-BragnyPrivately owned and not open to visitors. It is registered historic monument by order of February 25, 1974.
Château de Charles-Le-Téméraire (ancien)14th-15th centuryCharollesOwned by the town
Château de Charmois15th centuryBrionPrivately owned and not open to public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Charmois
Château de CharnayPerrigny-sur-LoirePrivately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Charnay
Château de Charolles14th centuryCharollesThe chateau is owned by the municipality and open access (public garden).
Château de la Chassagne1893Saint-Vincent-BragnyPrivately owned and not opened to public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Chassagne
Château de Chasselas14th centuryRestored in 1972ChasselasThe chateau belongs to the Agricultural Society of Civil Chasselas.
Château de Chassignole15th centuryMajor restoration in 19th centuryBonnayPrivately owned and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Chassignole
Château de Chassy15th centuryChassyToday, the chateau belongs to Lieutenant-Colonel Bernard de Benoist Gentissart. It is not open to the public.
Château de Châtenoy17th centuryPreserved and restoredChâtenoy-en-BresseIn 1977 the entire estate was bought by the municipality. The ground floor of the castle is the town hall and the first floor has been converted into rental apartments. Are transformed into common hall and the guard house in library.
Château de Châtillon 16th centuryViréThe chateau is private property and cannot be visited.
Château de Chauffailles11th centuryChauffaillesThe chateau is owned by the municipality of Chauffailles and can not be visited.
Château de Chaumont1770OyéThe chateau is a private property. The great hall, chapel and grounds are open to the public in August.
Château de Chaumont-la-Guiche1648Saint-Bonnet-de-JouxProperty of the La Guice Family. The chateau is privately owned and not open to the public.
Château de Chazeu13th centuryRuinesLaizyIt is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Chazeu
Château de Chevagny-les-Chevriéres15th centuryChevagny-les-ChevriéresPrivately owned and not open to the public.
Château de Chevannes16th centuryRestored in 1970Saint-RachoThe castle is a private property. The tour is authorized (exhibitions).
Château de Chevenizet15th centuryNochizePrivately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Chevenizet
Château de Chevignes17th centuryDavayéPrivately owned and not open to vistors.
Château de Chiseuil17th centuryMajor modification in 19th centuryDigoinPrivately owned and not open to visitor. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Chiseuil
Château de Chissey-en-Morvan13th centuryChissey-en-MorvanThe chateau is private property, cannot be visited (with exceptions). The castle can be visited exceptionally during Heritage Days in September.
Château de la Clayette14th centuryLa ClayetteThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Manoir du Colombiereither built or modified in early 18th centuryClermainThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manoir_du_Colombier_(Clermain)
Château de la Combe17th centuryPrisséThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Commune13th centuryMartigny-le-ComtePrivately owned and cannot be visited.
Château de CondemineFirst mention in 1614Charnay-lés-MâconCurrently owned by the Prettre Family and its not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Condemine
Château de Corcelle13th centuryBourgvilainPrivately owned and its not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Corcelle
Château de Corcelles12th centuryCharollesIt is private property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Corcelles
Château de CorchevalFirst mention in 12th centuryBeauberySince the beginning of the 20th century it belongs to the family of the barons of La Chapelle and its not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Corcheval
Château de Cormatin17th centuryCormatinThis is a private property that is open to the public.
Château des Correaux18th centuryLeynes
Château de Couches11th centuryRenovated in 2009CouchesPrivate home and open to visitors.
Château de Crary13th centuryOzollesToday, Crary is a Mecca of receptions in southern Burgundy.
Château de Croix1435Restoration in early 20th centuryGénelardPrivately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Croix
Château de Cruzille12th centuryRestored in 17th centuryCruzillePrivate property and not open to public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Cruzille
Chateau de CuiseryCuiseryOwned by the town
Château de Cypierre14th centuryVolesvresThe chateau now belong to the Bastard Family and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Cypierre
Château de Demigny18th centuryDemignyThe castle is a private property. It is open to the public to discover a museum dedicated to hunting, game hunting and the work of Mis Foudras.
Château de Dracy-lès-Couches
Château de Drée
Château de Digoine12th centuryRestored in early 19th centurySaint-Martin-de-CommuneThe chateau is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Digoine_(Saint-Martin-de-Commune,_Saône-et-Loire)
Château de Dracy-lés-Couches1298Dracy-lés-CouchesThe castle is a private property. The visit of the cellar is allowed.
Château de Dracy-le-Fort12th centuryRuinesDracy-le-FortCurrently a private property.
Château de Dracy-Saint-Loup17th centuryDracy-Saint-LoupThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Drée1620Major restoration in 1995CurbignyThe castle is a private property. It is open to the public.
Château de Durtal14th centuryBeing renovatedMontpont-en-BresseThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Dyo11th centuryRenovatedDyoPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de l'Épervéire1788Restored Gigny-sur-SaôneThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_l'Épervière
Château de l'Épervière
Château d'Épinac
Château d'Épiry
Château d'Eschamps17th centuryAutunPrivately owned.
Château d'Épinac14th centuryRestoredépinacThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'Épiry12th centurySaint-émilandThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'EscoleFirst mention in 11th centuryRebuilt in 1671VerzéThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'Esmyards19th centuryBrandonPrivately owned.
Château des Essertauxaround 12th centuryBussiéresThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Essertaux
Château d'Estours14th centuryRestored in 1974Crêches-sur-SaôneThe chateau is private property, cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Estours
Château de la Ferté1682Saint-AmbreuilThe castle is a private property but it is open to the public.
Château de la Ferté
Château de Fleurville1600FleurvilleThe castle was converted into a hotel and restaurant, owned by France and Pascal Lehmann.
Château de FontenayFontenayThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Fontenay
Château de Gergy13th centuryGergyThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Gergy
Château de Germolles13th centuryMelleceyTourist and cultural site.
Château de Gorze1671Pratly demolished in 20th centuryGermolles-sur-GrosneThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Gorze
Château de Lugny/Grammont13th centuryRebuilt in 1771Lugny-lés-CharollesThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Grenod16th centuryRebuilt in 17th centuryUchizyThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Gros-Chigy11th centurySaint-André-le-DésertThe chateau is private property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Gros-Chigy
Château des Hauts1855Saint-Bonnet-de-JouxThe castle is private property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Hauts
Château d'Hurigny14th centuryHurignyThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'IgéEither 11th century or 12th centuryIgéThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'Igornay12th centuryIgornayOccupied by farm and housing. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Igornay
Château d'Igé
Château de Joncy11th centuryRestoration of the remaining building and reconstruction of French Garden.JoncyPrivately owned and not open to the public.
Château de Lally13th centurySaint-Léger-du-BoisCurrently its a farm now and not open to the visitor.
Château de Lavault18th centuryNeuvy-GrandchampPrivately owned.
Château de LavernetteUnknownLeynesSince 2000, the vineyards of Château de Lavernette are operated by the twelfth and thirteenth generations of winemakers.
Château de Layé13th centuryRebuild after the fire in 1850VinzellesThe Castle, private property, can be visited during the months of July and August and during the days of the wealth.
Château de Lessard-en-BresseLessard-en-BresseThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lessard-en-Bresse
Château de LeynesFirst mention in 1423Rebuilt in 1716 after it was burned in 1471LeynesThe castle is now renovated and has been converted into guest house and cottage.
Château de Loisy1150Reconstructed in 1633LoisyThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de LourdonFirst mention in 9th centuryRuineLournandPrivate property. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lourdon
Château de Layé
Château de la Loyère
Château de la LoyèreWell maintainLoyèreThe field is used as summer camp, during the holidays, it organizes various cultural and sporting events for youth.
Château de Lucenier14th centuryLa Chapelle-au-MansIt is now the property of Marquis Montmorillon fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lucenier
Château de LugnyLugnyThe Chateau de Lugny is now a school: the private college "La Source".
Château du Magny17th centurySarryPrivately owned.
Château de La Marche12th centuryVillegaudinIt is now the property of M. Bedoiseau. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_La_Marche
Château de Marcilly-la-Gueurce12th centuryMarcilly-la-GueurceThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Marigny13th centuryFleurvillePrivately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Marigny12th centuryMarignyIt is registrated as national monuments since July 1990 and a ranking in the same way since February 1996. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Marigny_(Marigny)
Château de Martigny-le-ComteCompletely restored in 1878Martigny-le-ComteThe chateau belongs to the Beaumont Family. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Martigny-le-Comte
Château du MartretSaint Vallier
Château de Maulevrier14th centuryMelayPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Maulevrier
Château de Meix-Berthaud17th centuryGergyPrivate Property.
Château de MerceyFirst mention in 15th centuryMontbelletThe chateau is a private property, cannot be visited.
Chateau de MesseyOzenayPrivately owned.
Château de Messey-sur-Grosne15th centuryMessey-sur-GrosneThe castle is a private property. The tour is not allowed.
Château de MillyMilly-LamartineThe castle is a private property and can only be visited with permission.
Château des Moines de ClunyBerzé-la-VilleProperty of an association.
Château de Molleron14th centuryVaudebarrierProperty of the Chanay Family.
Château du Monay12th centuryrestoration in 17th centurySaint-EusébeThe castle is a private property and can only be visited with permission. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Monay
Château de Monceau1648PrisséIt is now a property of the Foundation Ozanam (retirement home).
Château de Morcoux17th centuryTavernayPrivately owned.
Château de Montaigu1950RuineMercurey and Saint-Martin-sous-MontaiguThe site is private property and can only be visited with permission.
Château de Montcony13th centuryHad major renovationMontconyDepending on the availability of homeowners groups who are sufficiently consistent may, upon request and by appointment, enjoy a guided tour by the owners.
Château de Montessus14th-15th centuryIn good conditionChangyPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Montcoy13th centuryMontcoyThe Chateau is a private property. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Montcoy
Château de Monthelon15th centuryRestored in 1783MonthelonThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Monthelon
Château de Montjeu1606RestoredBroyeIt is privately owned, it cannot be visited.
Château du Petit Montjeu17th centuryIn good conditionAutunPrivately owned
Château de MontrifaudIssy-l'EvêqueOwned by the town
Château du MontotFirst mention in 1376Oudryfr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Montot
Château de MontvaillantRebuilt in 19th centuryClermainIt is currently owned by Florence Witt and its not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Montvaillant
Château de MorletEnd of 13th centuryMorletThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Morlet
Château de Moroges13th centuryWell maintained and carefully preservedMorogesThe castle is a private property. The tour is available on request.
Château de la Motte11th centuryRestoredÉpervansThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de la Motte-Saint-Jean11th centuryLa Motte-Saint-JeanThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Motte-Saint-Jean
Château de Nobles 12th centuryRestored in 1856La Chapelle-sous-BrancionThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'Oyé11th centuryRestored in 1850OyéThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château d'Oyé
Château d'Ozenay15th centuryOzenayThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château du Parc13th centuryRebuilt in 14th centurySancéThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château des Perrières
Château des Perrières14th centuryMâconThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Pierreclos14th centuryPierreclosThe castle is a private property. It is open to the public.
Château de Pierre-de-Bresse1680Pierre-de-BresseCurrently owned by General Council of Saône-et-Loire. It is now the Museum of the Bresse.
Château du Pignon blanc17th centuryBrionCurrently owned by Philippe de Brabois. It is not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Pignon_blanc
Château du Plessis13th centuryRestored in 18th centuryBlanzyThe chateau is a private property and cannot be visited.
Château de PommierEnd of 14th centuryRestored in 19th centuryCortevaixPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Pommier_(Cortevaix)
Château de Ponneau15th centuryJully-lés-BuxyPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Ponneau
Château de PouillyFirst mention in 10th centurySolutré-PouillyThe Chateau is private property and not open to the public.
Château des Puits17th centuryGourdonThe castle is private property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Puits
Château de Pymont13th centuryBoyerIt is a private property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Pymont
Château de Rambuteau1840Restored in 19th centuryOzollesThe chateau is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de la RochetteTotal restoration in 1880Saint-Maurice-des-ChampsIt is now the proprty of St. Benedict School.
Château de RoseyIn good conditionRoseyPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Rossan14th centuryRebuilt in 18th centuryDavayéPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Ruffey13th centuryRestored in 1875Sennecey-le-GrandPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de RullyFirst mention in 851RullyCurrently owned by Count Raoul d'Aviau de Ternay. Not open to the public.
Château de Saint-Aubin-sur-Loire1777Restoration since 1999Saint-Aubin-sur-LoireIt is currently owned by the Fondation Saint Mauris. It's a private property but open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Saint-Aubin-sur-Loire
Château de la Serrée
Château de Sigy-le-Châtel
Château de Sainte-CroixSainte-CroixPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Sainte-Croix
Château de Saint-Huruge13th centurySaint-HurugeSince 2011, it is owned by Mr. and F. Eyrund. Not open to the public.
Château Saint-Jean17th centuryMâconIt is now a Retirement home and its not open to the public.
Château Saint-Germain-lès-Buxy15th-19th centurySaint-Germain-lès-BuxyPrivately owned.
Château de Saint-Léger14th centuryRestored in 19th centuryCharnay-lés-MâconPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Saint-Martin-Belle-Roche14th-16th centurySaint-Martin-Belle-RochePrivately owned.
Château de Saint-MaurisSaint-Maurice-de-SatonnayPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Saint-Micaud17th centurySaint-MicaudPrivate property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Saint-Micaud
Château de Saint-PointUnknownRestored in 1820Saint-PointCurrently owned by Count de Noblet d'Anglure. Its open to visitors.
Château de Saint-Romain-sous-Versigny1850Saint-Romain-sous-VersignyPrivate property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Saint-Romain-sous-Versigny
Château de la Salle12th centuryLa SallePrivate property and cannot be visited.
Château de SalornayFirst mention in 1291HurignyPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Salornay
Château de SassangyFirst mention in 1218Well maintainSassangyIn 1960 the estate was inherited by Mr. Albert Bourgeon. Cannot be visited.
Château de SassenayRebuilt in 1656SassenayThe chateau seat of the town hall and primary school, do not visit. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Sassenay
Château du Sauvement13th centuryDemolished in 15th centuryCiry-le-NobleCurrently owned by a private person and not open to visitors. It is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since 27 May 1991.
Château de Savianges13th centuryRedesigned in 16th and 19th centuriesSaviangesIt is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Savigny-le-Vieux14th-16th centuryCurgyPrivately owned.
Château de Savigny-sur-Grosne13th centurySavigny-sur-GrosnePrivate property, not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Savigny-sur-Grosne
Château de Selore16th centurySaint-YanThe chateau is a private property belongs to Baron Pfetten-Iseux and can not be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Selore
Château de Semur-en-Brionnais10th centuryBeen developed in 1968Semur-en-BrionnaisThe chateau is currently owned by the municipality and it's open to visitors.
Château de Sennecey-le-Grand10th or 11th centurySennecey-le-GrandThe castle is owned by the municipality.
Château de Sercy12th centuryRestored in 1815 to 1819SercyThe castle is a private property but open to the public.
Château de Sermaizey15th centuryA restoration was planned in 2007LaivesPrivate property and can not be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Sermaizey
Château de la Serrée12th centuryDemolished 4 towers in 20th centuryCurtil-sous-BurnandThe chateau is private property and it can not be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Serrée
Château de Sigy-le-ChâtelFirst mention in 10th centurySigy-le-ChâtelIn 2010 , a festival of theater is created in the castle by Anne-Laure Descombins. The festival takes place every year on the first weekend of August. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Sigy-le-Châtel
Château de Sully1570SullyThe chateau is a private property but open to the public.
Château de Taisey13th centuryBuilt a new one in 17th centurySaint-RémyPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Taisey
Château de Terrans13th centuryPierre-de-BresseCurrently owned by the Guillaume de Truchis de Terrans Family of Verennes. Not open to the public.
Château de Terzé
Château de la Tour de Romanèche
Château du Terreau13th centuryRestoration and renovation in 19th centuryVerosvresPrivate property and not open to visitors.
Château de TerzéFirst mention in 1340Marcilly-la-GueurceThe chateau is privately owned and cannot be visited.
Château du Thil1300Restored in 1875ChenôvesThe castle is private property and can not be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Thil
Château de ThoiriatOld chateau: 9th century; New chateau in 1779Crêches-sur-SaônePrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de Torcy1762TorcyPrivate property and not open to visitors.
Château de la Tour du Bost12th-14th centuryRuinedCharmoy
Château de la Tour de Romanèche1450Romanèche-ThorinsThe chateau is private property and can not be visited.
Château de la Tour de Sennecey12th centurySennecey-le-GrandPrivate property and not open to the public.
Château de la Tour-Penet17th centuryPéronneThe castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.
Château de Tramayes1598Restored in 1825TramayesThe castle is a private property. The park is open to the public.
Château de Trélague 14th centuryRestoration in 20th centuryLa TagniérePrivate property but open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Trélague
Château d'Uxelles11th centuryChapaizePrivate property and not open to visitors.
Château de la VaivreOld chateau in 1630; new chateau in 1830Old chateau is now abandonedRigny-sur-ArrouxPrivate property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Vaivre
Château de Vaux-sur-Aine
Château de Venière
Château de Vieux-Château
Château de Varennes13th centuryRestoredVarennes-sur-le-DoubsIt is now a Luxury place for weddings and other events.
Château de Vautheau12th centuryRuinesLa Grande-VerriéreIts access is dangerous and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vautheau
Château de Vauvry13th centuryCielPrivate property and not open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vauvry
Château de Vaux-sous-Targe15th centuryPéronneA new chateau was built in the site by 1830. Private property and not open to visitors.
Château de Vaux-sur-Aisne16th centuryAzéProperty of M.Joseph Chervet and its not open to visitors.
Château de Venière13th centuryDestroyed and rebuilt a new Chateau in 1862BoyerPrivate property and not open to visitors.
Château de Verneuil11th centuryRestored in 1895Charnay-lés-MâconIt is a private property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Verneuil
Château de la Verrerie1786Creusot It is now the Museum of Man and Industry, the Living Museum and the Urban Community, and the Académie François Bourdon.
Château de la Vesvre14th centuryRebuilt in 16th centuryLa Celle-en-MorvanPrivate property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Vesvre
Château de Vieux-Châteauearly 17th centuryChamplecyPrivate property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vieux-Château
Château du Vignault1756Bourbon-LancyIt is a private property and not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Vignault
Château de Villargeault14th centuryRuines but built a small chateau in 1888L'Abergement-Sainte-ColombeIn 2003, it owned by Alex Willms, master saddler, Esquire, jumper and into international horse shows. Private property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Villargeault
Château de la Villeneuve12th or 13th centuryLa GenêtePrivate property and cannot be visited. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Villeneuve
Château de Vinzelles12th or 13th centuryVinzellesIt is currently owned by the Family of Benoist de Lostende. It is private property , can be visited in July and August and during Heritage Days. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vinzelles
Château de Visigneux13th centuryLucenay-l'ÉvêquePrivate property and its not open to the public. It is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since April 5, 1990.
Château du Vouchot17th centuryGrande-Verrière (La)Privately owned.
Tour dite des Ursulines12th centuryAutunPrivately owned.

Châteaux of Yonne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Ancy-le-Franc1544Ancy-le-FrancCurrently owned by Paris investing company SAS. Open to visitors.
Château de Annéot18th centuryAnnéotPrivately owned.
Château d'Anstrude18th centuryBierry-les-Belles-FontainesPrivately owned.
Château d'Avigneau17th centuryEscampsPrivately owned.
Château des Barres18th-19th centurySainpuitsPrivately owned.
Château de Béru17th centuryBéruPrivate Property.
Château de Belombre18th centuryEscolives-Sainte-CamillePrivately owned.
Château de Bléneau19th centuryBléneauPrivately owned.
Château de Bois-le-Roi17th centuryNaillyPrivately owned.
Château de Bontin17th centuryOrmes (Les)Owned by a Private company
Château de Chastellux11th centuryChastellux-sur-CureCurrently owned by Count Philippe de Chastellux and its open to visitors.
Château de Châtres17th centuryChampcevraisPrivately owned.
Château de Chaumot
Château de Chéry19th centuryCoulangeronPrivately owned.
Château de Chevillon15th-17th centuryChevillonPrivately owned.
Château de Cisery13th centuryCiseryPrivately owned.
Château de la Cour de Fontenille18th centuryBrossesPrivately owned.
Château de Domecy-sur-Cure15th-17th centuryDomecy-sur-CurePrivately owned.
Château de Dracy18th centuryDracyPrivately owned.
Château de Druyes12th centuryDruyes-les-Belles-FontainesCurrently private property, open to the visit.
Château de Esnon18th centuryEsnonPrivately owned.
Château d'Étaule19th centuryÉtaule
Château de FaulinLichéres-sur-YonneThe building is listed as a historical monument in 1993. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Faulin
Château du Fey17th centuryVillecienPrivately owned.
Château de FleurignyThorigny-sur-OreusePrivately owned.
Château de Fourolles17th centurySaint-Aubin-Château-NeufPrivately owned
Château des Comtes de Gondi16th-17th centuryJoignyOwned by the Municipality.
Château de Guédelon
Château de Grandchamp17th centuryGrandchampPrivately owned
Château de Guédelon1997Still under constructionTreignyThey are using the older technologies from the 13th century. Open to the public.
Château Jacquard15th centurySainte-MagnancePrivately owned
Château de Jouancy (restes)15th-16th centuryJouancyPrivately owned
Château de Lalande16th-17th centuryLalandePrivate property
Château de Looze18th centuryLoozePrivately owned
Château de Maligny (Yonne)MalignyPrivately owned
Château de MarsangyMarsangy
Château de Maulnes1566Cruzy-le-ChâtelCurrently owned by the Genereal council of Yonne. It is open to visitors.
Château du Fort de Mézilles16th-17th centuryMézillesPrivately owned
Château de Montigny17th-19th centuryPerreuxPrivately owned
Château de Montjalin18th centurySauvigny-le-BoisPrivately owned
Château de MontréalRuines / DisappearedMontréal
Château de Moutot16th centuryAnnay-sur-SereinOwned by a Private company
Château de Noyers-sur-Serein11th centuryUnder restorationNoyersOpen to visitors.
Château de Nuits-sur-Armançon16th centuryNuits (Yonne)Open to the public. Historical interiors of the Castle (18 rooms open to the visit) offer a walk through five centuries of everyday life of its successive occupants: Clugny, La Guiche, Berthon.
Château d'Ordon14th-17th centurySaint-Loup-d'OrdonOwned by a Private company
Château de Passy-Véron17th centuryPassyOwned by a Private company
Château de Pierre-PerthuisPierre-PerthuisOwned by the town
Château de PiffondsPiffondsOwned by the town
Château de Pisy1235Reconstruct in 1480PisyIn early 2000 it was bought by Countess Liliane de Marenches. Private property.
Château de PrunoyPrunoyPrivately owned
Château de Précy-sur-Vrin19th centuryPrécy-sur-VrinPrivate property
Château de Ragny12th centurySavigny-en-Terre-PlaineThis is now the Family Centre managed by the Enterprise Committee of the Bank of France.
Château de Ratilly13th centuryTreignyOpen to the public.
Château de Sainte-Pallaye17th-18th centurySainte-PallayePrivately owned
Château de Saint-Fargeau980Saint-FargeauCurrently owned by Michel Guyot. Open to the public.
Château de Saint-Maurice-Thizouaille14th centurySaint-Maurice-ThizouaillePrivately owned
Château de Sauvigny-le-Bois17th-19th centurySauvigny-le-BoisPrivately owned
Château des SallesVilleneuve-sur-Yonne
Château de Tanlay16th centuryTanlayThe monument is private but open to visitors.
Château de Thizy13th-16th centuryThizyOwned by a Private company
Château de Thorigny-sur-Oreuse18th centuryThorigny-sur-OreusePrivate property
Château de Vallery1548ReconstructValleryThe Chateau and its dependencies are classified as historical monument since October 4, 2001.
Château de Vault-de-Lugny14th-17th centuryVault-de-LugnyOwned by a Private company
Château de PalteauRebuilt in 19th centuryArmeauIt is converted into a leisure center with pony club. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Palteau
Château du Saulce18th centuryEscolives-Sainte-CamillePrivately owned.
Château des Stuart (vestiges de l'ancien)16th centuryVézinnesPrivately owned.
Château de Sparre18th centuryAuxerrePrivately owned.
Château de Vassy17th centuryEtaulePrivately owned.
Château de Vassy-le-Bois19th centuryEtaulePrivately owned.
Château de Vauguillain (ancien)12th-13th centurySaint-Julien-du-SaultPrivately owned.
Château abbatial de Vézelay (ancien)VézelayPrivately owned
Château de Viviers17th centuryViviersPrivately owned
Château de Yrouerre16th centuryYrouerrePrivately owned
Domaine du Bréau19th centuryDracy ; Villiers-Saint-BenoîtPrivate Property.


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