The Château de Vayres is a medieval castle, located on the banks of the Dordogne River, located in the commune of Vayres, in the Gironde Department of France, near the city of Bordeaux. The château de Vayres was rebuilt during the Renaissance, and again in 1700. It is classified as an official historical landmark of France, and the gardens are listed as among the Notable Gardens of France by the Committee of Parks and Gardens of the French Ministry of Culture,To visit Chateau de Vayres and get the most from your holiday in Vayres, create itinerary details personal to you using our Vayres travel route builder website.
Chateau de Vayres reviews
It only opens at 2pm - just can't hang around waiting. The write up got me over excited for nothing. Opening so late in the day doesn't work for most tourists. The gates are locked tight so you... more »
Our favorite part of this Chateau was the mix of lived in, history and personal collections. The property is beautiful with amazing views. more »
Beautiful, but without english speaking was boring for children.
Cute castle for Easter. Fun activities for kids. No parking available.
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