Palazzo Manville - France

Palazzo Manville - France
Palazzo Manville - France
Palazzo Manville, located in the medieval village of Les Baux-de-Provence in the south of France, is a picturesque stone castle built in the 17th and 18th centuries. This majestic structure, surrounded by lush foliage, perched atop a rocky outcrop and overlooking the surrounding vineyards, offers some of the most spectacular views in the region. This castle also contains a multitude of historically significant murals and sculptures and is designated as a historical monument. Visitors to Palazzo Manville can explore the terraces, fountains and gardens, full of majestic trees and fragrant flowers, as well as enjoying the spectacular views from the ramparts. A visit to the church of Saint Vincent allows visitors to appreciation fine Baroque and Renaissance architecture. The castle is open to the public, with a small entrance fee, but be sure to check opening times before visiting.