Historical sites and monuments, Town or village, Listed or registered (CNMHS), "Most beautiful villages in France" label, Chateau, Fortified castle, Keep, Classic, Gothic

10, rue des Châteaux
15310 Tournemire

Built by Louis d’Anjony, Jeanne d’Arc’s companion, commissioned by King Charles 8th to protect the surrounding area, the Anjony donjon is still intact and proud, an excellent example of the mountain fortress from the 15th century. In the 18th century a central building was added to the austere medieval construction, more welcoming and more true to this period’s tastes. The rich interiors are decorated with remarkable religious and profane frescos (the Preux’s legend) from the 16th century and furniture from different periods of the castle’s life. The residence is still occupied by the same family since its origin.

Opening times

From 09/02/2019 to the 31/03/2019 ( 14:00 / 16:45 )

From 01/04/2019 to the 30/06/2019 ( 14:00 / 18:00 )

From 01/07/2019 to the 31/08/2019 ( 10:30 / 18:15 )

From 01/09/2019 to the 30/09/2019 ( 14:00 / 18:00 )

From 01/10/2019 to the 15/11/2019 ( 14:00 / 16:45 )

Parking situated far from the castle for handicapped persons but the bus can drive further to leave them near the church. Group on reservation all year long. Documents translated into English, German, Dutch, Italian and Spanish.


Individual child guided tour
4,00€ €
Group rate
6 €
Group rate
4 €
9 €
Child rate
5 €

Payment methods

Credit card, Postal or bank cheques, Holiday discount vouchers


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