Beacon of Royal life in Provence
Travel back 1000 years in time by visiting one of the grandest Renaissance Palaces in the South-East of France. Disntinguished because of its connection with the illustrious Madame de Sevigné (famous author and Marchioness at the court of the Sun King Louis the XIV), it is still entirely furnished in the period. From its terraces you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Provençal countryside, the lavender fields, the Ventoux mountain and the village of Grignan itself, which is classed as heritage site.
• Every day from 10 to 12:30 and 14 to 18:00
• July and August: Throught the day form 10:00 to18:00
• Last admittance: Indoors: 17:15, outdoors: 17:40
• Tuesdays, from November 1st to March 31st
• November 11th, decmber 25th and January 1st
• December 24th & 31st closing time 17:00.
Crédit photo : Jean Delmarty et Blaise Adilon