Château de Chevreaux
Located in the town of Chevreaux (39), this 12th century castle was destroyed in the 17th century during clashes between France and Spain for sovereignty over Franche-Comté. It is perched between Bresse and Revermont and allows you to appreciate the beauty of this place.
Volunteer sites as well as actions are organized each year so that the ruins find a new life. This site can be visited all year round. Thus one can admire the surrounding walls with their towers, the high and low courtyards, the extraordinary panorama.
Entertainment is offered on site: guided family tours, summer entertainment, open-air cinema, exhibitions, etc. A picnic area is available to enjoy the surrounding.
Crédits photos : 1001chateaux.com, jura-tourism.com
Association Les amis de Chevreaux Chatel
2 rue du château
+33 (0)9 50 35 95 77
26 km from the campsite