Bienassis Castle in Brittany by EuroTourData

Bienassis Castle is the restored moated castle, built around 1434 as the fortified residence for the Lords of Goublaye. The castle was occupied during the French Wars of Religion at the end of the 16th century, partly destroyed and rebuilt in 1620. The castle got its modern form after the reconstruction in the 17th century.

Frontal view of the battlement with gates of Bienassis Castle in Brittany

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Bienassis Castle tabular info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
French name Château de Bienassis
Type Moated castle
Condition Largely restored
Public access Guided tours
Entrance fee € 8
Owner Family of Monjaret de Kerjégu
Operator Association Amis du Parc et du Château de Bienassis
Street address
Rue de la Libération
Postal code 22430
Commune Erquy
Region Brittany
Country France
Latitude 48.58811
Longitude -2.48751
GeoNames ID 12523946
Plus code 8CWVHGQ7+62

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