Château d'Anjony

Rising 40m in height, this proud red-hued basalt château is one of the most remarkable to be found in the Upper Auvergne. It was built in the 15C by Louis II d'Anjony, a companion of Joan of Arc, alongside the towers of Tournemire, the seigneury of which his family shared from 1351 onwards. The château comprises a keep framed by four corner towers and a wing added in the 18C. Inside, admire attractive pieces of furniture and 16C frescoes, in particular in the Salle des Preux and the chapel.

Useful information


10 rue des Châteaux, 15310 Tournemire


+33 4 71 47 61 67


8 € (-12 years old 4 €)

Opening hours

Jul-Aug: 11am, 11.30am, 2pm-6.30pm; May-Jun and Sep: 2pm-6pm; rest of year: 2pm-5pm - closed mid Nov-mid Feb