Chateau of Grignan

Grignan is the biggest Renaissance castle in the South-East of France. Having reached its golden age in the 17th Century, it used to be the residence of King Louis XIV’s delegate in Provence. Travel through 1000 years of history in this fully restored and furnished castle, made famous by the marquise of Sévigné. Discover from the terraces a breathtaking 360° view over Provence and its lavender fields, the mont Ventoux and the village of Grignan, listed as “outstanding heritage site”.