Apremont is labeled “Small City of Character” since 2011.
To be part of this network, the city must have less than 6,000 inhabitants, and be subject to protection under the Historic Monuments, which is the case for Apremont with its listed castle.
The Renaissance castle built during XVI by the amiral Philppe de Chabot, as well as its cavalier vault. Open from April to September
During your visit, do not miss :
- its picturesque streets, including the “Royal” street, steep pedestrian path lined with flowers and charming houses. This name was given in honor of Louis XIII, who came in 1622 and spent 2 nights at the castle. As well as beautiful buildings, vestiges, architectural details …
- Its church built in 1902 which replaces the old church in which Louis XIII knelt in 1622.
- His cross Hosannière of the 15th century
- The megalithic bridge of the Tuderrière called “small Gallo-Roman bridge”.
- The manor of the Tudérrière
- The castle of Audardière (16th 17th century)
- 25,000 visitors are seduced every summer by the many activities on offer: Equestrian shows, fencing, puppet shows, Renaissance celebrations … Fireworks ….
- Recently the castle and streets come alive during the holidays of All Saints with children’s activities such as: visit the haunted castle, workshops, shows, makeup, passionate paranormal
- Guided tours are offered once a week in summer, but also by reservation for groups. You will also be able to relax at the supervised beach in July. It is part of a base of leisure including pedal boats, boats, children’s games, Wake Park