The castle and its two square towers, built from the twelfth century, stands on the heights of the charming village of Vedène.
As early as 1352, the Galleans, a family from Italy who came with the Popes in Avignon, acquired the seigniory of Vedene and were ennobled barons of Vedene and Dukes of Gadagne. They kept the castle until the Revolution.
Several owners succeeded one another before Pierre and Jeanine Gaillard bought it in 1969. The next generation, Robert (Antiquarian expert) and his wife Dominique, undertook major restoration work there before opening, in 2010, the place for charming guest rooms.