This lovely castle, constructed and designed in the 19th century, is located between Pau and Nay, in the style of the Bearn region, where it’s based. The 360m2 of living space is composed of 5 bedrooms, a sitting room, living room, open and fitted kitchen, a larder, three toilets, three washrooms and a 2500m² garden, part of which carries a construction permit. It’s mostly renovated and also offers a 400m² of attached outbuildings. It also has a great cute yard, which after a little renovation would be great for relax, outdoor dinners and garden parties. Come and explore this amazing property, close to great towns with lots of ancient history and fun activities!
About the place:
Pau is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France. It has been known for centuries as “the capital of the four B’s” (Biarritz, Bayonne, Beaumont and Biarritz), because of its location on the Atlantic coast between two mountain passes. Pau is an ancient city with more than 2000 years of history behind it. It is a great tourist destination because of its unique atmosphere.
This is a great city with beautiful architecture, historic sites and fun activities for adventure seekers. The stunning scenery makes Pau an ideal destination to visit year-round. The city is a great place to relax, but it’s also an excellent option for thrill seekers. There are many activities that can be enjoyed in and around Pau such as hiking, horseback riding or water sports – all of which provide opportunities to enjoy the beautiful scenery surrounding this charming town. The commune offers much more than just historic buildings; there are many fun things that one can experience while visiting Pau, including museums offering interactive exhibits for kids and adults alike.
Things to do in Pau:
One must visit the Château de Pau, which was built in the 14th century and used as a royal palace by King Henry IV. It is open to visitors and frequently hosts cultural events including exhibitions, concerts or plays. Another popular attraction that shouldn’t be missed when visiting Pau is the Cité des Gascons (Gascony City), situated on top of an escarpment overlooking Biarritz Bay at Les Montagnes Saint-Palais. This charming little town has been well preserved over time – it’s now frequented by holidaymakers, thanks to its many cafes, where people can just sit back and enjoy their day while taking in this beautiful view.
The biggest thing to do in Pau, France is visit the Palais Beaumont. This palace was built by King Henry IV’s mistress and then became a place for all of his children to live when he divorced their mother. It once housed Napoleon Bonaparte, until he moved out into other parts of Europe. Visitors can go inside the castle and tour through some rooms that people used back during those times. They will also be able to see where many members of French royalty lived throughout history, as well as seeing what life looked like from them while living there.