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Château de Talmont, Talmont Saint Hilaire
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
Château de Talmont was burned down by Louis VII in 1138, but even still it has remained in the family. The ruins of the castle are a historical monument that harkens memories of knights and armor, flags and battles. Stroll the grounds and complex to discover crumbled ramparts being reclaimed by nature, and stones that tell stories of Richard the I of England, who was lord of Talmont for 17 years. See Château de Talmont and all Talmont Saint Hilaire has to offer by arranging your trip with our Talmont Saint Hilaire travel itinerary maker.
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Une visite en famille extra. Vive les chevaliers qui ont beaucoup plu. Un petit tour dans le magasin et achat indispensable d'épées!!!An extra family visit. Long live the knights who have enjoyed. A quick tour of the store and purchase essential swords!show original
Tof verhaal dat werd gebracht. Is uiteraard in het Frans wat mijn zoon niet begreep maar hij was zo onder de indruk van de aktie dat hij het niet erg vond.Great story that was brought. Is obviously in French what my son did not understand but he was so impressed with the action that he doesn't mind was made.show original
En passant par les Sables d'Olonne, un petit détour vers Talmont-Saint-Hilaire et son château fort (en centre ville) et ses spectacles de reconstitutions, vous ne serez pas déçu.Through the Sables D'olonne, a detour to Christine and its castle (in city centre) and its reconstructions shows, you will not be disappointed.show original
We visited on a whim and were very glad we did. Well presented, not too stuffy. They gave the four of us a guided tour in English. The middle ages arms presentation by Hubert the Chevalier and Rufus the Peasant was funny and informative. Also: great views.
Great place to spend a few hours for kids and the whole family. The bird show was great. They flew right over our heads. Crossbow shooting was fun and the family can dress up and play medieval games. Young kids can complete a knight obstacle coarse and get knighted.
Always fun to visit a historical site
Well worth a visit but not a lot happening in June. Nice lakeside walk 100 metres away.
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