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Chateau de Lourmarin

2 impasse du Pont du Temple, 84160 Lourmarin, France
+33 4 90 68 15 23
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2 impasse du Pont du Temple, 84160 Lourmarin, France
+33 4 90 68 15 23
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice chateau to immerse in the feeling of Provence. Very authentic arhitecture and classic furniture of 18th century

Thank Razvan M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We wandered through the picturesque town, which has narrow stone streets lined with houses and lots of pretty gift shops. There was a beautiful church in the town and Loumarin was a very communal place - for residents and tourists alike. Sadly, we didn't go...More

Thank jon b
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The chateau is very interesting, it was built in the Middle Ages and shows how the wealthy people lived in Provence during the Middle Ages and later.

Thank Ogi0
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed a full week while touring Provence. The location is suitable for excursions to Aix, Avignon and Arles as well as to an assortment of picturesque local villages. The place was clean and modern. Most staff speak excellent English and are polite and helpful....More

Thank auster3
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Loved the village and was happy we decided to visit the chateau. It's worth an hour or so visit if you have time. There's not a huge amount of artifacts to see inside, but still interesting for those who like history.

1  Thank searchin4it
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

This is a must stop in the region. The village is beautiful and since you are there it is interesting to see the chateau too.big medieval rooms, amazing fire places,and simple imposing furniture. You can wander around which is nice.

Thank Taffoolie
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

Really not a lot to do, definitely not worth the entry price of €6.80 at the time of writing. Barely anything to see inside, you're better off admiring the architecture from the outside

Thank guybrush
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Worth a short visit (~1 hour). Well maintained and preserved with beautiful view of the village and the area around it. Too bad that the library is not open to the public, but the other rooms are open and show what life looked like when...More

Thank AJAelxander
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Situated overlooking one of the nicest non-hill towns in the Luberon, you are not likely to miss it if you visit Lourmarin. Drive by it, walk to it. Inside, there are some enormous rooms with furniture, but that's all they are. Lacking in interest, or...More

Thank SampleASample
Reviewed 17 March 2017

This refurbished chateau is a short walk from the town center of Lourmarin. For the size of the chateau, one came away wondering where the folks slept! Wonderful kitchen, great views of the valley below; lovely lily pond at the entrance. Worth the entrance fee.

Thank sinza2017
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Response from norbafreund | Reviewed this property |
Try using Google translacional, If it does not work the brst think to do is to have it translated by a French speaking friend