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Castle of Cazeneuve

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Royal site, old residence of Kings de Navarre, King de France Henri IV and the Margot queen, remains of the family Ducale of Sabran-Pontevès, the castle of Cazeneuve rebuilt in XIVe century by Amanieu VII of Albret, was restored at the request of Raymond de Vicose in the years 1600-1610 bus it was said it "uninhabited and uninhabitable" because of devastations of the war.

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Web Site
- www.chateaudecazeneuve.com
Coordinates of the castle

Castle :

Castle of Cazeneuve
33730 Préchac

Phone : + 33 (0) 5 56 25 48 16 Fax: + 33 (0) 5 56 25 48 16
Email : cazeneuve@chateaudecazeneuve.com

Proprietor : Private property - Listed monument

Date and schedule from the visits

The castle is open :

- of Easter to May 30 of 14 H with 18 H only weekends and public holidays.
- on June 1 at September 30 all days of 14 H with 18 H (open Park from 11 H)
- of Ier October at All Saints' day of 14 H with 18 H only weekends and public holidays.

Guided tour for the groups (10 People and more) all the year on go.

The castle is closed of All Saints' day until Easter.

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