This exceptional chateau was built at the beginning of the 20th century and has 600 sqm of living space. It’s located only a few minutes from a village, 20mn from a medium-sized town and 1h30 from Montpellier, in the south of the Cevennes. A beautiful, private, and astonishing property for anyone fond of French architecture.
The chateau has 4 floors with beautiful and bright reception rooms on the first one. On the second floor, you’ll stumble upon 6 gorgeous bedrooms and their bathrooms, all beautifully furnished. Outside you’ll find a delightful chapel.
This castle is located in an exceptional setting. Since June 2011, the Causses and the Cevennes are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape of Mediterranean agro-pastoralism. So whether you want to turn it into your new home or a successful business, this chateau is perfect for you.
About the place:
If you are looking for a vacation destination that is exciting, beautiful and relaxing all at the same time then Le Vigan, France may be just what you are looking for. This town has been inhabited since prehistoric times with many interesting historic sites to explore. The city sits on the bank of the Rhone River which offers opportunities to enjoy water sports like swimming or canoeing. Those who prefer dry land activities will find plenty of options as well including kayaking or even playing golf! There’s no shortage of things to do in this picturesque little town making it an ideal place for any traveler interested in culture and history along with relaxation.
The town itself is surrounded by its medieval walls and towers that have been restored in recent years, making it look pretty much the same as it did centuries ago. There are many shops within the walls of Le Vigan where you can buy local goods such as cheese and wine from Cevennes. When walking through Le Vigan, you will notice how picturesque this small city really is.
Things to do in Le Vigan:
There are dozens of places to visit when vacationing in Le Vigan from museums, chapels, castles, monasteries, and even natural parks. Some activities include cycling along the Canal du Midi (the longest canal built by Napoleon), horse-riding, canoeing, hiking up the desert mountains which are unique to this part of France, or just lounging by a scenic river.
One thing you cannot miss in Le Vigan, France is the Château de Trévarez located at 16 Rue du 19 Mars 1962. The chateau was built by Louis Charles Auguste le Tonnelier de Breteuil between 1838 and 1863 during which time it served as his summer house.
Le Vigan is also known for its unique arts & entertainment. There are many venues to attend including concerts, plays, and galleries that showcase the work of local artists. If you’re looking for a more casual night out then stop by one of Le Vigan’s famous bars or pubs where there is always something fun happening.