Château de Taurenne

Aups, France

The Château de Taurenne is steeped in history. The castle, founded in the eleventh century, is magnificent and imposing with its 5 round towers. It is the center of an area of 253 hectares located between Aups and Tourtour. The estate has 8500 olive trees.

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Aups, 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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Cedric Moniquet (13 months ago)
Huile d'olive extras et bien acceuilli
Gilda Delepierre (2 years ago)
C est magnifique
Najett Boughanemi (2 years ago)
La 1ère fois que je me suis rendu au Château de Taurenne j'ai cru être en Andalousie ! Des oliviers à perte de vue, un site merveilleux, un accueil chaleureux et une huile d'olive délicieusement provençale. Allez-y c'est tout.
Pierre Glaser (2 years ago)
Bestes Olivenöl.
Seonaya (3 years ago)
I passed here in winter and they had good collections of olive oils and they looked very professional.
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