Château Fort des Angles

Les Angles, France

Château Fort des Angles was built in the 13th-14th centuries. After several centuries of abandonment, it was restored in 1980s.




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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Late Capetians (France)


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Christophe (11 months ago)
Castle difficult to find. You have to take a narrow path for several kilometers. It is a fortified castle with a dungeon with a dwelling next to it. Attention, this place cannot be visited, even if it is indicated in the guides. It is private property and at the end of the road, there is no place to park and as the property is closed by a gate, it is very difficult to turn around. A dirt track extending the road overlooks the property and provides a view of the castle.
Alain DELEPLANQUE (2 years ago)
Super well received by the owners who only receive groups. For our Vitalité Stretch Bien-être association, July 13 was our last stretch session and it was a success. 1 hour lesson and an improvised picnic at the foot of the castle. This evening will remain in our memories. Thanks again to the owners
besson lara (2 years ago)
Attention can not be visited because it is a private property. Nevertheless, the charming owner let us have a look around. Very beautiful property, very well maintained castle and superb garden. Absolutely calm and very relaxing. Nice discovery.
max veux (2 years ago)
Private castle. Interior visit open only in summer
Eric Jacquet (3 years ago)
Place to see
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