In 1740, the domain, an old priory belonging to the monks of the Lérins island , was bought by the Marquis de Villeneuve Bargemon. He built the castle to offer it as a wedding present to his daughter Marie Anne marrying the Count de Juigné.
Typically provençal style.
2 southern exposed sundials, indicate the time of the day thanks to the sun’s trajectory, and exudes happiness.
A dining room but also a confidential meeting room.
Bedroom of Adeline de Barry’s great grandmother, the "Marquise de Mun". Its Louis the Xveen's furniture and its grey and red colours makes it charming
Elegantly decorated, it was choosed for a few scenes of “Lady Chatterley’s lover”.
with a view of the park.
Magnificence and light.
The staircase leading to La Charmille (romantic garden)
A romantic garden where to be 2 or in small groups
This garden shelters more than 200 different botanical species.
Nested in a bamboo forest.
Former place for the Castle's carriages.