Location Condition Type
During the Albigensian Crusade Simon de Montfort takes and plunders Arques, around 1210. Subsequently he gave the manor as a reward to his lieutenant, Pierre de Voisins. But in 1280, Gilles, his son began building the castle, which ends around 1310, by his grand-son Gilles II. During the Revolution, the castle was sold as national property and suffered some damage, it is classified Historical Monument in 1887. The tower became municipal property in 1910.
Gothic - Middle Ages
Remarkable architectural elements