There are some remarkable Chateaux in France, some are state owned but many more are privately owned. Here are a couple, quite contrasting in style, but all amazing examples of the builders skill
A perfect location at Locquirec on the North coast with stunning views over the Bay of Lanion
Better described as a Fort but named ‘Château du Taureau’ Originally built to protect the Bay of Morlaix from the English!
Dating back to the 17C the Chateau de l’Île Blanche sits alongside the drying port of Toul An Héry. On Spring tides only, permission is granted by the owners (An order of Nuns) to walk through the grounds of the Chateau when the coastal footpath floods