Castle of Larnage


Dating from the XII century. It was the craddle of the lords of Larnage which are then installed in Tain and was destroyed during the religious wars. Some ruins remain, among the vineyards and the hill called "Terres Blanches". The high walls and a part of the towers are still visible, on the granite block. The hill took the name "Terres Blanches" because of the Kaolin, still exploited nowadays. Deserted for many centuries, the building suffered the ravages of time . It also suffered the attack from quarry worker who wanted the granite rocks typical in Drôme.


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All year round, daily.


Languages spoken

  • French

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