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A medieval fortress set in a huge wooded park planted with Mediterranean species, the chateau houses a magnificent Renaissance internal courtyard. Situated in prestigious vineyards, its visit is dedicated to the history of the place and to the...more
This chateau is overlooking the small village of Suze la Rousse. Impressive building! See the pics.
Little steep walk up to get to the main gate. At this time of year (October) with wild Cyclamen and their great scent.
Excellent facility to visit. Our visit included a wine tasting lecture in French from a somnilier plus tastings of 2 wines. Friendly staff assist with the ticket and audio guide. Very interesting display across multiple rooms.
This is one of the local French network of chateaux and other historical places. Be sure to get a "Pass" that can gain you free entry to many other sites in the Drome area.
The lady who helped us at the ticket desk was absolutely...More
After saying in town three years in a row, we finally toured the chateau. We were surprised how enjoyable it was. An English audio guide is included. With all the amazing historic sites in the south of France it is easy to get picky. Stop...More
This castle exists since te 12th century, since then multiple changes have been done until it got it's impressive dominating form. You can see it from miles away and from the castle you have beatiful views. Worth a visit. Inside you get an overview of...More
After having spent numerous vacations in and around Suze-la-Rousse, we finally made a point to visit the Chateau there which is also a famous University of Wine. It was definitely worth the time to see the architecture and learn the history. At the time of...More
A beautifully restored chateau and well worth a visit. There is a lot to see and it is extremely interesting.
One of the nicest aspects of our visit was that we were so warmly welcomed by the lady on reception (we had just come from...More