CHATEAU DE CAMBIAC

Historic site and monument ,  Castle ,  Ornamental garden ,  Park at Cambiac

Chateau Cambiac (3)
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Chateau Cambiac (1)
façade château cambiac web
  • The castle of Cambiac was built at the beginning of the 16th century on the ruins of a 15th century building that had housed a small religious community and was destroyed during the religious wars. In the 19th century, work was undertaken with the addition of a quadrangular tower.

    2 trees in the park are classified as Remarkable Trees of Haute-Garonne.
    The castle was built as a place of residence for Sir Milhau, who was appointed Constable of the Montauban region by Queen Margaret of Navarre. The entire 16th century part of the building is intact. Finally, in the 19th century, major expansion and beautification work was undertaken, including the addition of a large quadrangular tower. In the castle park, an 18th century orangery and a small 19th century well complete this architectural ensemble.

    Visits are only open on certain days of July/August + European Heritage Days. On request for groups. Open from 13h30 to 19h00: - from 2 to 29 July 2018 inclusive from - from 4 to 11 August inclusive - on 15,16,29 and 30 September inclusive
  • Spoken languages
    • English
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  • Cash
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  • Child rate
  • Adult
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Openings
  • All year