Château de Tholet

Gabriac, France

Château de Tholet was documented first time in 1075 and it was completed in the next century. In the Middle Ages it was owned by Solages family. The cas was later altered as a Renaissance style residence. The tower dates from the 14th century.


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Tholet, Gabriac, France
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Founded: 11th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Birth of Capetian dynasty (France)


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Léa Mouysset (3 years ago)
so nice
Ida HERRERO (3 years ago)
Very pretty little castle, a very well done visit well explained by our young guide Gaëtan who was able to take the time and answer the questions we had. Please note that small dogs are not allowed.
Serge Boarini (4 years ago)
Beautiful area. This historic monument is the property of individuals who rehabilitate it and offer guided tours. The very young daughter of the owners was as knowledgeable and fascinating as the official guide
oignon poilu (4 years ago)
A great place to visit the guides are brilliant
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