Marsillargues Château- Musée Paul Pastre
3 Boulevard Gabriel Péri
+33 4 67 83 52 10
Set amid hundred-year-old plane trees, this castle was built in 1305. However, it was in 1576 that it acquired its current form with the adding of the Renaissance style north facade on which the emblems of Louis XII and François I are both visible. The south facade, dating from 1679, bears the emblem of Louis XIV. Also worth seeing are the chubby cupids and the lion muzzles that adorn the north facade. An orangery was added in the 18th Century. A small museum of local arts and traditions will complete any visit.