There are places that mark the minds and sensibilities. The castle of Condamine is one of them. Between Uzès and the Cevennes, this elegant residence dominates a park.
Over time, the architecture of the building has evolved. The foundations are those of a Roman villa. The building is arranged around a medieval inner courtyard. The loopholes pierced on the walls of the spiral staircase show the defensive character of the castle in the 14th century.
Burnt in 1703, the facade was rebuilt mid eighteenth century, combining large volumes and large openings to the park.
Inhabited since always, the castle has kept its soul of yesteryear. Thanks to the magic of the site, we are happy to show ourselves in its history and in the past.
Condamine has been awarded the 2009 VMF / Emile Garcin Award