Bardineto Castle

Bardineto, Italy

Bardineto Castle was probably built by the Marquis Del Carretto in the 13th century. The first document dates from 1268. The castle was demolished in 1795 during the War of the First Coalition (by French Army).

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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m c (2 years ago)
Well preserved and easily accessible. Unfortunately, a very small portion remains compared to the original
astevix (2 years ago)
Few remains of the castle in a small square. Free and outdoor access. It could be treated better instead weeds grow on the complex and cars are parked a few meters from the walls. But if you are already in the area it is worth taking the steps to see it.
Giosuè Cantone (2 years ago)
Nice, there is a fountain with fresh water.
Maurito (2 years ago)
Unfortunately only one side of the castle remains ... but they use it 6x theatrical performances ...
Stefano Casaccia (3 years ago)
Few remains of the castle remain, but several paths start from there. Also just behind the castle there is a nice little restaurant (talking to some local people they recommended it to us but I still have to try it)
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