Beaumarchais Castle (Fr. Château de Beaumarchais) is located in Brétignolles-sur-Mer in the department of Vendée in FrancePays de la Loire, Atlantic Ocean.

The castle was built in the sixteenth century by Vincent Bouhier de L’Ecluse on the foundations of an old castle built at the beginning of the century. It was redesigned at the beginning of the 19th century. The facades and roofs of the castle as well as the fireplace on the ground floor have been listed as historical monuments since June 27, 1962.

Private property. No tourists allowed.

GPS coordinates: 46° 39′ 10″ N, 1° 51′ 29″ E

Located 1 h 20 min (87.4 km) via D117 from Nantes.

Shortest distances by car

  • From Paris: 4 hr 44 min (459 km) via A11 and A87
  • From Nantes: 1 h 20 min (87.4 km) via D117
  • From Toulouse: 5 hr 37 min (570 km) via A62 and A10
  • From Lyon: 7 hr 11 min (722 km) via A71
  • From Marseille: 9 hr 20 min (970 km) via A62
  • From Nice: 11 hr 19 min (1,142 km) via A62
  • From Monaco: 11 hr 9 min (1,152 km) via A62
  • From Andorra: 7 hr 47 min (753 km) via A62
  • From Madrid: 10 hr 26 min (1,024 km) via A-1
  • From Moscow: 35 hr (3,348 km) via E30/M1
  • From Belgrade: 22 hr 42 min (2,142 km) via E70
  • From Istanbul: 32 hr (3,089 km) via E70
  • From Bern: 9 hr 38 min (933 km) via A6

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