Bonneville Castle of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes by EuroTourData

Bonneville Castle is the hill castle, built around 1290 on the site of a wooden fort by the order of countess Beatrice of Savoy. In 1589 the castle stood victorious during the war between the Duke of Savoy and the King of France. Info based on the article Château de Bonneville (Haute-Savoie) of French Wikipedia.

View on the east defensive wall and two corner tower of Bonneville Castle in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Bonneville Castle of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes info

Description of Bonneville Castle

The castle is a typical Savoyard castle, the so-called "savoyard square". The castle is rectangular in shape, 18 meters wide and 85 meters long, surrounded by a defensive walls with two round corner towers on the east side called the Black Tower and the White Tower. The cylindrical keep has been preserved on the western side. The castle is owned by the commune of Bonneville.

Bonneville Castle tabular general info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
French name Château de Bonneville
French alternate name Château des Sires de Faucigny
Type Hill castle
Condition Largely restored
Owner Commune of Bonneville
Opening hours From the third Wednesday of June to the third Sunday of September inclusive from to and from to of CEST UTC+02:00
Website Le Château des Sires de Faucigny
Street address
104 Place de l'Eglise
Postal code 74130
Commune Bonneville
Region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Country France
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Plus code 8FR83CH5+J8
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Latitude 46.07903
Longitude 6.40827
GeoNames ID 12501008
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