Cambiac castle was built at the beginning of the XNUMXth century on the ruins of a XNUMXth century building which had housed a small religious community and which was destroyed during the wars of religion.
2 trees in the park are classified as Remarkable Trees of Haute-Garonne.
The castle was built as a dwelling place for Sieur Milhau appointed Constable of the Montauban region by Queen Marguerite of Navarre. All the part of the building dating from the sixteenth century is intact.
In the XNUMXth century, major expansion and embellishment works were undertaken, notably with the addition of a large quadrangular tower.
In the castle park, an XNUMXth century orangery and a small XNUMXth century well complete this architectural ensemble.
Opening of the castle for August 2021:
> from August 9 to 22 from 14 p.m. to 20 p.m. (last departure at 18 p.m.) by reservation on 30 05 61 83 12
Open from May to September.
Visit on request for groups of more than 10 people.
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- Groups of 10 to 40 people welcome