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Château de Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte

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Château de Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte

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Graham C wrote a review Jul 2016
Wells, United Kingdom62 contributions8 helpful votes
This is an interesting building that has been badly knocked about and rebuilt over the years. It provides a dominant site in the small town and is obviously much used for social events.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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tomofboston wrote a review Apr 2016
Winchester165 contributions49 helpful votes
On the way to Mont St. Michel from Bayeux on the back roads we came upon the chateau and couldn't resist but to stop. Great park next to it, entry was free, courtyard was full of 5-year-olds on school trip. We wandered in and around, and even climbed up the tower on a narrow winding staircase. One of the stops that made it so wrthwhile to rent a car for the week.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Eyekaytoo wrote a review Oct 2015
Leverkusen, Germany1 752 contributions572 helpful votes
On a grey, rainy day in October we were in the road from the area of Omaha beach in Normandy to Mont St. Michel and we stopped off in Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte to take a look at the medieval castle there that looked impressive from the main road. We parked for free on the road and walked through the drizzle to the entrance to the castle. It was around lunchtime and, therefore, as to be expected in France the whole place was closed up for lunch. So we generally mooched around the place for a quarter of an hour or so, let our two dogs stretch their feet, took a couple of photos and then hurried back to the car to search for better weather and the famous Mont St. Michel much further over to the south west.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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