Castle of Flaugergues (fr. Château de Flaugergues) is a residential house near Montpellier in Hérault departmentOccitaniaFrance

The château has been a Monument historique since 1986.

The Château de Flaugergues is the oldest of Montpellier’s “Folies” (elegant country houses built by aristocrats and wealthy bourgeois during the seventeenth century all around the outskirts of Montpellier).

A family house since 1696, with original furniture from the Louis XV period, Flemish tapestries (seventeenth century) and a collection of the highest quality porcelain and pottery.

The gardens “à la française” lead to a park “à l’anglaise” complete with an orangery. The gardens are classified as “jardins remarquables.”

Coordinates: 43°36′37″N 3°55′12″E

How to get to?

From Paris: 7 hr 17 min (759 km) via A6 and A7

From Toulouse: 2 hr 21 min (244 km) via A61 and A9

From Andorra: 4 hr 11 min (371 km) via A61

From Barcelona: 3 hr 23 min (345 km) via AP-7 and A9

From Madrid: 9 hr (951 km) via A-2

From Monaco: 3 hr 28 min (343 km) via A8

From Moscow: 34 hr (3,269 km) via E30/M1

From Belgrade: 16 hr 6 min (1,647 km) via E70

From Istanbul: 16 hr 6 min (1,647 km) via E70

From Bern: 5 hr 37 min (602 km) via A1

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