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Châteaux of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

This is the list of Châteaux in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. It is in the south-eastern part of France, bounded to the east by the Italian border, to the south by the Mediterranean Sea. It has 6 department namely: Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Hautes-Alpes, Alpes-Maritimes, Bouches-du-Rhône, Var and Vaucluse

We have listed 289 Chateaux in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region (including ruins and "lost" Châteaux), of which 106 have their own dedicated page. If you know of any Châteaux in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur that are not in our list, please let us know!

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Châteaux of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Allemagne-en-Provence14th century Allemagne-en-ProvenceThe castle is listed as a historic monument since 2nd of September 1986.
Château de Bel Air de Sigonce17th-18th centuryIn good conditionSigoncePrivately owned
Château de Campagne17th-18th centuryRoumoulesOwned by a private company
Château de CastellaneCastellane
Château de Castellet Saint-Cassien17th centuryVal-de-ChalvagnePrivate property
Château de Château-Arnoux-Saint-Auban
Château du Chaffaut17th centuryChaffaut-Saint-Jurson (Le)Privately owned
Château de Château-Arnoux-Saint-Auban16th century Château-Arnoux-Saint-AubanIt is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since November 28, 1969. It is the subject of a registration as historical monuments since 1st of December 1969.
Château de Clumanc16th-17th centuryIn good conditionClumancPrivately owned
Château de EntrevauxEntrevauxState property
Château d'Esparron-de-Verdon13th century Esparron-de-VerdonThe current owner of the castle Count Bernard de Castellane-Esparron, who inherited the house to soot a gift from his uncle Louis Provence Castellane Esparron in 1989. Count Bernard and his wife Charlotte-Anne, daughter of John Scott (9th Duke of Buccleuch) have transformed the castle into guest rooms.
Château de Fontenelle17th centuryRuinedMirabeauPrivately owned
Château GuyonForcalquier
Château des Templiers de Gréoux-les-Bains
Château des Magnans20th centuryIn good conditionJausiersOwned by a private company
Château de Malijai18th-19th centuryIn good conditionMalijaiOwned by the municipality
Château d'OraisonLate middle ages OraisonIt is turn into a Police Office.
Château de la Palud-sur-Verdon17th century La Palud-sur-VerdonHouses the home of the Verdon Gorges
Château de Saint-Maime12th-13th centuryIn good conditionSaint-MaimeOwned by the municipality
Château Sainte-Marguerite16th centuryPierrevertPrivate property
Château de Sauvan1719 Mane Pierre Magnan a fictionalized history of the castle in a haunted castle Chronicle (Denol, 2008). In 1988, Georges Lautner has turned Sauvan The Murdered House with Patrick Bruel and Anne Brochet , based on the novel by Pierre Magnan.
Château de Simiane-la-Rotonde12th centuryRestored Simiane-la-Rotonde The capital of each of the twelve strong columns surmounted by a mask which bears one of the twelve stone ribs of the dome. It recognizes a monk's head, the head of bearded devil, a man gagged, head etc. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Simiane-la-Rotonde
Château des Templiers de Gréoux-les-Bains13th century Gréoux-les-BainsIt is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since 1840.
Château de Volonne17th-18th centuryIn good conditionVolonnePrivately owned
Citadelle de Sisteron14th century SisteronThe Citadel will be demilitarized in 1920.
Citadelle de Seyne17th century Seyne-les-AlpesIt is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since August 23, 1978 and is the subject of a registration as historical monuments since August 23, 1978.
Tour Lesdiguières15th-17th centuryIn good conditionSelonnetOwned by the municipality

Châteaux of Alpes-Maritimes

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Castellaras de Thorenc12th-14th centuryRuinsAndon
Château d'Antibes (Musée Picasso)14th century AntibesIn 1946 Pablo Picasso was offered by the Dor Souchère the opportunity to set up his studio at the castle. In 1966, Chateau Grimaldi became the Picasso Museum and Romuald Dor de la Souchère its first curator. The Picasso museum was closed for renovations from March 2006 to July 2008. It was reopened on July 20, 2008.
Château de Cannes (Musée de la Castre)11th century CannesThis "museum of France" presents the collections belonging to the city of Cannes primitive arts (or first) Himalaya-Tibet, Arctic, pre-Columbian America, Oceania, Mediterranean antiques, musical instruments in the world in Asia, Africa, Oceania, America, landscape painting of the 19th century small masters Provence.
Château de CarrosCarros
Château de Crémat
Château de CastellarasMouans-Sartoux
Château des comtes de GrasseBar-sur-Loup
Château de Crémat1906 NiceThis is a winery that also owned a vineyard and a reception.
Château d'ÈzeÈze
Château de GaribondyLe Cannet
Château de la Gaude (Saint-Jeannet)
Château de la GaudeSaint-Jeannet
Château de Gilette13th centuryRuinsGiletteOwned by the municipality
Château de Gourdon12th century GourdonIn 1950, it is open to visitors but definitely takes its role as a historic monument in 1971 , when he opens the collections therein. It is listed as a historic monument on December 7, 1972.
Château de Gréolières14th-18th centuryRuinedGréolièresPrivately owned
Château Grimaldi14th-17th centuryIn good conditionCagnes-sur-MerOwned by the municipality
Château de MalmortSaorge
Château de Montfort16th centuryIn good conditionColle-sur-Loup (La)Owned by a private company
Château de Mouans16th-19th centuryIn good conditionMouans-SartouxPrivately owned
Château de la Napoule12th centuryRestored La NapouleFounded in 1951 by Marie Clews, Art Association of Henry Clews Memorial La Napoule castle was a place of international cultural exchanges, including the organization of conferences, exhibitions, concerts and performances plus a residency program for artists.
Château de Nice11th centuryRuineNiceAt the foot of the castle hill, archaeological excavations update in the area of Piazza Garibaldi, the remains of centuries of defensive planning including the remains of a medieval tower, the Tower Pairolière and thick bastions leveled in 1706, including the bastion of St. Sebastian. These remains are protected in a visitable archaeological crypt whose entrance is up Toja.
Château de Piène-HautePiène-Haute
Château de Roquebrune-Cap-Martin10th century Roquebrune-Cap-MartinIt is registered historical monuments by order of February 28, 1927
Château de RoquefortRuine Roquefort-les-Pins In 2009, the site was under archaeological study and rehabilitation.
Château de Roubion12th centuryRuinsRoubionOwned by the municipality
Château du Rouret17th centuryRouret (Le)Privately owned
Château de Sainte-AgnèsMenton
Château de Saint-André18th centuryIn good conditionSaint-AndréOwned by an association
Château Saint-GeorgesSaorge
Château des Seigneurs de la Brigue12th-14th centuryRuinsBrigue (La)Owned by the municipality
Chateau de Sospel13th centuryRuinsSospelPrivately owned
Château de Tourrette-Levens13th centuryIn good conditionTourrette-LevensPrivately owned
Château de Tourette-Levens
Château de Valrose19th centuryIn good conditionNiceState property
Château de Vallauris12th-18th centuryIn good conditionVallaurisState property
Château de Vaugrenier16th centuryRestored Villeneuve-LoubetThe castle has an old barn that has been restored and now serves as a reception room.
Château de Villeneuve17th century VenceCurrently a museum. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Villeneuve_(Vence)
Château de Villeneuve-Loubet13th century Villeneuve-LoubetVilleneuve Castle and its grounds are subject to registration as a historic monument since December 30, 1986
Citadelle Saint-Elme16th centuryRestoredVillefranche-sur-Mer In 2011, the association academy Montolivo was created to raise funds from private sponsors to help finance the work of development of this unique heritage. This association works with the Heritage Foundation.
Donjon de Saint-Paul-de-Vence13th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Paul-de-VenceOwned by the municipality
Fort Carré16th centuryIn good conditionAntibesOwned by the municipality
Fort du mont AlbanRuinedNice
Fort royal de l'île Sainte-MargueriteRuinedCannesOwned by the municipality
Maison Gubernatis17th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Martin-VésubiePrivately owned
Monastère fortifié de l'abbaye de LérinsMoyen AgeRuinsCannesOwned by an association
Palais des Ducs de Savoie1550 NiceIt is registered and partially classified as a historical monument on September 3, 1996
Palais Lascaris17th century NiceIn 2001, the instrumental collections of the city of Nice is transferred from Massena museum at Palais Lascaris in order to create a museum of musical instruments there. In 2011, the permanent exhibition of ancient musical instruments is finally open to the public.
Rempart de Lucéram12th-13th centuryRuinedLucéramOwned by the municipality
Tour Grimaldi11th centuryIn good conditionAntibesOwned by the municipality
Tour de la Madone13th centuryIn good conditionVilleneuve-LoubetPrivate property
Tour de Saint-Hospice1750In good conditionSaint-Jean-Cap-FerratPrivate property

Châteaux of Bouches-du-Rhône

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Bastide de la RouguièreMarseille
Castrum de Montpaon12th-14th centuryRuinsFontvieille
Château d'Albertas18th centuryGémenosPrivate property
Château d'AlleinsAlleins
Château d'Alphéran1724In good conditionAix-en-ProvencePrivately owned
Château des AlpillesSaint-Rémy-de-Provence
Château l'ArcFuveau
Château d'AureilleAureille
Château d'Avignon18th centuryIn good conditionSaintes-Maries-de-la-MerOwned by the department
Château d'AyguebelleLambesc
Château de la Barben12th century La BarbenThe castle gardens are said to be the most beautiful in Provence. It remained the property of the Marquis de Forbin for nearly 500 years.
Château de Barbentane17th century BarbentaneThe castle and its grounds and buildings of the farmyard and park sculptures and decorations were classified historic monument September 9, 1949. Open to the public.
Château des Baux11th centuryRuine Baux-de-ProvenceThe walls, the remains of its walls and its outbuildings, towers, tower of Bans, the Saracen tower, the tower Parravelle and other nearby towers, the tower and its adjacent buildings and the old chapel Sainte-Catherine have been classified as a historical monument in 1875 by order of the list and June 9, 1904.
Château la BeaumetaneLançon-de-Provence
Château de BeaurecueilBeaurecueil
Château de BéziersLambesc
Château de BonrecueilLambesc
Château Borély18th centuryMarseilleOwned by the municipality
Château de Boulbon12th-17th centuryBoulbonPrivately owned
Château de BruniBerre-l'Étang
Château de la Buzine1867Ruine but under renovationMarseilleSince 1995, he is the property of the city of Marseille , which has undertaken the restoration and made ??a "House of Cinematographies the Mediterranean." It is registered under the Historic Monuments since January 13, 1997 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Buzine
Château de Cabanes18th centuryRognesPrivately owned
Château de Cadarache15th centurySaint-Paul-lès-DuranceState property
Château de la Calade17th centuryRuinsAix-en-ProvencePrivately owned
Château CalissanneLançon-de-Provence
Château de Caseneuve10th centuryRuinLançon-de-Provence RIPERT family
Château de Cassis13th centuryCassisPrivate
Château Charles-RouxSausset-les-Pins
Château de Charleval1574CharlevalPrivate
Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Château d'Allauch13th centuryIn good conditionAllauchOwned by an association
Château féodal de ChâteaurenardChâteaurenardOwned by the municipality
Château des Creissauds19th century AubagneThe castle is privately owned. The rooms are rented for conferences, seminars, banquet hall for weddings, concerts and other celebrations. It hosts the Sunday Jazz Club fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Creissauds
Château de la DemandeAubagne
Château de Eguilles17th centuryEguillesOwned by the municipality
Château de l'Empéri
Château de l'Empéri9th century Salon-de-ProvenceIt is now the Museum of the Army in the province (Annex to the Invalides in Paris ) with particular very faithful representations of various army corps from the Old Regime, the Napoleonic Wars to the Great War . It also presents the museum a copy of bed Napoleon at St. Helena . All these pieces are from the collection of Raoul & John Bruno , sold to the state in 1967. It is a museum of history and art of war, through the evolution of the French uniform, making a large part to the man in uniform.
Château d'Estoublon16th centuryIn good conditionFontvieilleOwned by a private company
Château EstranginMarseille
Château de FavaryAubagne
Château de Fonscolombe18th centuryPuy-Sainte-Réparade (Le)Privately owned
Château de FontblancheCassis
Château de FontcreuseCassis
Château de Fontvieille19th centuryAllauchPrivately owned
Château de FosFos-sur-Mer
Château du Grand Saint Jean
Château d'If1527 MarseilleHe basically served jail for 400 years of official use. Made famous by the novel 'of Alexandre Dumas , The Count of Monte Cristo , it is one of the most visited sites in the city Marseille . It was classified as a historic monument July 7, 1926. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'If
Château de JansonSaint-Estève-Janson
Château de la Jansonne18th centuryArlesPrivately owned
Château de Lenfant18th centuryAix-en-ProvenceOwned by a private company
Château de Lanfant
Château de LibranLambesc
Château de Marignane14th centuryIn good condition MarignaneThe municipality bought the castle in 1892 he became the town hall.
Château de Mas Blanc18th centuryMas-Blanc-des-AlpillesPrivately owned
Château de Meyrargues13th-16th centuryMeyrarguesPrivately owned
Château de la MignardeAix-en-Provence
Château de Montjustin18th centuryAix-en-ProvencePrivately owned
Château de Ners12th centuryRuineAllauchThis castle is also known to CASTEU-Viei (literally "old castle" in Provençal ), and also "Castle of Queen Jeanne," although no text for the proposition that he was in possession of Queen Juana and she came to reside there, but the legend is tough.
Château NoirLe Tholonet
Château PélissierSaint-Rémy-de-Provence
Château du Petit Pommier18th centuryLançon-ProvencePrivately owned
Château Petit SonnaillerAurons
Château de la PennePélissanne
Château de PeynierVille de Peynier
Château de Peyrolles-en-Provence15th-18th centuryPeyrolles-en-ProvenceOwned by the municipality
Château de la Pioline17th-18th centuryAix-en-ProvencePrivately owned
Château de PonteauMartiguesPrivately owned
Château de Puyricard
Château de la Reine Jeanne12th centuryVentabrenOwned by the municipality
Château des rempartsTrets
Château de La Reynarde18th-19th centuryIn good conditionMarseilleOwned by an association
Château de RognesRognesPrivately owned
Château de Roquemartine11th-12th centuryEyguièresPrivately owned
Château de RoussanSaint-Rémy-de-ProvencePrivately owned
Château de Saint-Marc-Jaumegarde18th centurySaint-Marc-JaumegardeOwned by a private company
Chapelle Saint-Michel et ruines du château13th centuryRove (Le)Owned by the municipality
Château de SénéguierLançon-de-Provence
Château du SeuilAix-en-ProvenceOwned by a private company
Château de SibourgLançon-de-Provence
Château SimoneMeyreuil
Château des TailladesLambesc
Château de Tarascon1400Preserved TarasconFor its remarkable state of preservation, this exceptional monument is one of the finest medieval castles in France and Europe built in 15th century by the Dukes of Anjou, Counts of Provence.
Château du TholonetLe Tholonet
Château de la Tourvieille ou Tour du Tanpan17th-19th centuryArlesOwned by a private company
Château de ValbonnetteLambesc
Château de Valdonne17th-18th centuryPeypinPrivately owned
Château de Vauvenargues18th centuryIn good conditionVauvenarguesPrivately owned
Château de VernèguesVernèguesOwned by the municipality
Domaine de l'Armeillère17th centuryArlesOwned by an association
Domaine d'Arnajon17th-19th centuryPuy-Sainte-Réparade (Le)Private property
Domaine du Grand-Saint-Jean11th-17th centuryIn good conditionAix-en-ProvenceOwned by the municipality
Domaine de Lagoy17th-18th centurySaint-Rémy-de-ProvencePrivate property
Fort Saint-Jean12th century MarseilleThe National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions (MNAT) which was located in Paris was closed in 2005 and was converted into a museum of the civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean (MuCEM) based in Marseille. The museum is spread over two sites: the Fort Saint-Jean and the pier where J4 will be built a building designed by the architect Rudy Ricciotti . It is planned to dig a basin between these two sites and connect them with an air link. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Saint-Jean_(Marseille)
Fort Saint-Nicolas1660 MarseilleIt houses the military circle with the officers' mess. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Saint-Nicolas_(Marseille)
Palais Longchamp19th centuryMarseilleOwned by the municipality
Palais Lumière19th centuryIn good conditionCiotat (La)Private property
Pavillon de BidaineLambesc
Pavillon Vendôme1665–1667In good conditionAix-en-ProvenceOwned by the municipality.
Tour AnglicaBarbentane
Tours de CastillonRuinsParadou

Châteaux of Hautes-Alpes

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'AncelleAncelle
Château d'EmbrunEmbrun
Château d'Hugues RambaudRuine Ancelle fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancelle_(Hautes-Alpes)#Lieux_et_monuments
Château de Laragne-Montéglin17th century Laragne-MontéglinThe castle is listed in the inventory of historical monuments since 1996. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laragne-Montéglin#Lieux_et_monuments
Château de Laragne-Montéglin
Château de Lesdiguiéres1571Ruine Glaizil http://glaizil.over-blog.com/categorie-1166143.html
Château de Montmaur14th-17th centuryIn good conditionMontmaurPrivately owned
Château de Montmorin17th centuryMontmorinPrivately owned
Château de Montorcier10th centuryRuineSaint-Jean-Saint-NicolasIt only remains of the castle and the church primitive few stones on top of the hill. The land on which they stand is private. A walking trail marked by the municipality of Saint-Jean-Saint-Nicolas rises along the stream Brudour passes over Frustelle, joined Saint-Nicolas, and down into the plain, passing near the ancient fortified houses Rival and Prégentil. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montorcier
Château de Saint-FirminSaint-Firmin
Château Saint-Jean17th-18th centuryArgentière-la-Bessée (L')Owned by the municipality
Château de Saint-Léger15th-19th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Léger-les-MélèzesPrivate property
Château de Tallard2000 to 2500 BCRuineTallardTours available all year, different formulas for groups and individuals.
Château de Upaix17th centuryUpaixPrivately owned
Domaine de Charance18th-19th centuryRuinsGapOwned by the municipality
Place forte de Mont-Dauphin Mont-DauphinIn 2008, the place forte of Mont-Dauphin, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as part of the "Fortifications of Vauban" group. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mont-Dauphin

Châteaux of Var

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Castelet du Muy14th centuryMuy (Le)Owned by the municipality
Château d'Agay1635 Saint-RaphaëlIt was destroyed in May 1944 by the German army of occupation and the ruins of the fort were built modern homes after the war. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Agay
Château de Aiguines17th-18th centuryAiguinesOwned by a private company
Château d'Aiguines
Château Aurélien19th centuryFréjusOwned by the municipality
Château AurélienFréjus
Château de BargèmeBargème
Château Bertaud16th centuryLords of Bertaud
Fort de Brégançon
Château de Le Castellet12th-18th centuryCastellet (Le)Owned by the municipality
Château Castel-OmbreOllioules
Château de La Colle Noire19th century MontaurouxIn 1950 ownership of 50 hectares was purchased by Christian Dior who lived not far Callian in 1940 with his sister and father. Although extensive, after several years of abandonment, the house is so dilapidated.
Château d'Entrecasteaux11th centuryRestored EntrecasteauxAfter decades of neglect, the castle was restored by the British painter Ian Hugh Munn MacGarvie who, until his death in 1981, transformed partly into a museum. Its current owner, Alain Gayral, improved collections castle while performing thorough restoration.
Château d'Esparron16th-18th centuryEsparronPrivately owned
Château d'ÉvenosÉvenos
Château de Fabrègues12th century AupsFelix Esquirou of Parieu was a significant character who ostentatiously undertook to rebuild the castle as seen today. Not open to visitors. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Fabrègues
Château de ForbinSolliès-VilleOwned by the municipality
Château de Forcalqueiret11th-16th centuryForcalqueiretPrivately owned
Château dit Fort du Moulin16th-17th centuryHyèresState property
Château de GiensHyères
Château de Grimaud17th centuryGrimaudPrivately owned
Château d'Hyères11th centuryRuine Hyères In the 2000s the city to renovate the three rounds of entry and some deadly . At the top of the castle, two orientation tables were installed. The council has also installed information boards around the site.
Château d'Hyères
Château MargueriteOllioules
Château de MontaubanOllioules
Château Montfort-sur-Argens13th-16th centuryMontfort-sur-ArgensPrivately owned
Château de la Moutte19th centurySaint-TropezPrivately owned
Château féodal d'OllioulesOllioules
Château d'Ollioules (Second)Ollioules
Château de PontevèsPontevès
Château de PourcieuxPourcieuxPrivately owned
Château de RaphélisTourtour
Château de Rougiers12th centuryRougiersOwned by the municipality
Château Sainte-AgatheIn good conditionHyèresState property
Château Sainte-AnneÉvenos
Château de Saint-Ferréol17th-18th centuryPontevèsPrivate property
Château de Saint-Martin17th-19th centurySaint-MartinPrivate property
Citadelle de Saint-Tropez17th centuryIn good conditionSaint-Tropez
Château de Saint-SauveurRocbaron
Château des Seigneurs de Foz12th-16th centuryBormes-les-MimosasPrivately owned
Château de Taurenne14th-19th centuryAupsOwned by a private company
Château de ThoronArtignosc-sur-Verdon
Château de La TourelleOllioules
Château de Valbelle18th centuryTourvesOwned by the municipality
Château VallonOllioules
Château de La Verdière18th centuryIn good conditionVerdière (La)Owned by a private company
Château de VérignonVérignon
Château de Vins16th-19th centuryIn good conditionVins-sur-CaramyPrivately owned
Château de VillepeyFréjus
Domaine des châteaux d'Astros17th- 19th centuryVidaubanPrivate property
Domaine de San Salvadour19th-20th centuryHyèresOwned by the municipality
Ferme dite La Vacherie15th-18th centuryTourvesPrivately owned
Fort de Brégançon13th century Bormes-les-MimosasIt is currently the residence of the President of the French Republic
Palais des Comtes de ProvenceBrignoles
Villa Marie-Laure-de-Noailles ou château Saint-Bernard20th centuryHyèresOwned by the municipality

Châteaux of Vaucluse

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Ansouis17th centuryIn good conditionAnsouisPrivately owned
Château du Barroux18th centuryIn good conditionBarroux (Le)Privately owned
Château de Brantes18th-19th centurySorguesOwned by a private company
Château de Buoux15th-18th centuryBuouxOwned by a regional public institution
Château de Cabrières12th-17th centuryCabrières-d'AvignonPrivately owned
Château de Châteauneuf-du-Pape1317 Châteauneuf-du-PapeIt overlooks the village and its vineyards, for nearly 800 years. Its link with the Avignon Papacy strongly marked Châteauneuf-du-Pape and viticulture in the region.
Château de la Corrée17th centuryIn good conditionLourmarinOwned by a private company
Château de Crochans18th centuryPiolencOwned by a private company
Château d'EntrechauxEntrechaux
Château l'ErmitagePernes-les-Fontaines
Château de FarguesIn good conditionPontet (Le)Owned by the municipality
Château de Fontaine-de-VaucluseFontaine-de-VaucluseOwned by the municipality
Château de Gignac18th centuryGignacOwned by a private company
Château de Gordes11th century GordesAfter hosting from June 1970 to March 1996 a museum dedicated to the works of Victor Vasarely, it currently houses, in addition to the tourist office, an art museum dedicated to the work of Pol Mara, Belgian artist. The mayor has long been on the first floor of the castle, then, to take advantage of more space, moved to the former hotel Simiane
Château du Grand-Pré18th centuryVitrolles-en-LubéronPrivate property
Château de l'Hers12th-14th centuryRuinsChâteauneuf-du-PapePrivately owned
Château de Javon15th century LiouxIn the 20th century, the castle is Javon purchased in 1841 by Mr. Vayson, which has as one of Walls. At the time, it was said that he could go from one to the other without leaving their land.
Château de Lacoste11th centuryRuine but currently undergoing renovation LacosteIn 2001, Pierre Cardin bought the Castle. Secondary residence thereof, the castle is currently undergoing renovation. Every summer, it organizes, in quarries west of the castle, the festival Lacoste, musical arts festival.
Château de Lagnes13th-17th centuryLagnesPrivately owned
Château de Lauris18th centuryIn good conditionLaurisOwned by the municipality
Chateau de liouxLioux
Château de Lourmarin12th century LourmarinCurrently owned by the Academy of Sciences, Agriculture, Arts and Belles Lettres d'Aix-en-Provence and it is the Headquarters of the Foundation Robert Laurent-Vibert
Château du Martinet de CarpentrasIn good conditionCarpentrasPrivately owned
Château de MirabeauMirabeau
Château de MondragonMondragon
Château de Mornas11th centuryRemains but under renovationMornasFrom 1977, its restoration is now under the leadership of the association "Friends of Mornas." Rehabilitation continues today, and many animations and reconstructions are offered during the summer months including
Château de Murs12th centuryRestored MursThe castle is private, it can not be visited.
Château la Nerthe1736 Châteauneuf-du-PapeIt is currently a vineyard. When the evolution of the wine seems accomplished, usually several months after breeding, comes the assembly tasting... It then determines which wines will call Château La Nerthe white, red, then Granières, fruitier wine to drink in its youth. Wines bottled the following spring will begin to be distributed on market 12 to 24 months later.
Château de OppèdeOppèdePrivately owned
Château de PétrarqueFontaine-de-Vaucluse
Château de la Reine Laure (Pertuis)Pertuis
Château de la Reine Laure (Villelaure)16th centuryVillelaurePrivate property
Château de Rustrel17th centuryRustrelOwned by the municipality
Château de Saint-Hubert ou Hôtel de Saint-HubertSorguesOwned by the municipality
Château Saint-JosephPernes-les-Fontaines
Château Saint-Lambert17th century LiouxOwned by the General Council of Vaucluse and it is now a Psychiatric Hospital fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_Saint-Lambert
Château de Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt9th-15th centurySaint-Saturnin-lès-AptOwned by the municipality
Château de Saumane15th-18th centurySaumane-de-VaucluseOwned by the department
Château de Talaud18th centuryLoriol-du-ComtatOwned by a private company
Château de ThézanSaint-DidierOwned by a private company
Château de Thouzon11th centuryRestoredThorNow privately owned, the castle Thouzon is restored and managed by an association affiliated to the Union Rempart organizes each summer work camps and a medieval festival. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Thouzon
Château du ThorMoyen AgeThor (Le)Privately owned
Château de La Tour-d'Aigues16th centuryIn good conditionTour-d'Aigues (La)Owned by the department
Château de Tourreau17th centurySarriansPrivately owned
Château d'UchauxUchaux
Château et rocher qui les porte Vaison-la-RomaineVaison-la-RomaineOwned by the municipality
Château de Val-Seille1862 CourthézonNowadays, the castle was used by the town council, after its acquisition by the municipality in 1952.
Domaine de Bourgane18th centurySaint-Saturnin-lès-AptOwned by a private company
Domaine de Pradines19th centuryGramboisPrivately owned
Domaine de Roberty18th centuryPontet (Le)Owned by a private company
Domaine dit La Terre de Causans16th-19th centuryJonquièresPrivately owned
Fontaine de Bédarrides19th centuryRuinsBédarridesOwned by the municipality
Fort de BuouxBuoux
Hôtel d'Anselme17th centuryIn good conditionPernes-les-FontainesPrivate property
Palais des Papes Palais des PapesIt is the largest construction Gothic of the Middle Ages. Both fortress and palace, the papal residence was during the 14th century, the seat of Western Christianity. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_des_papes_d'Avignon


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