The Château de Goudourville is a castle located in the commune of Goudourville, in the department of Tarn-et-Garonne in France (Occitania), former Gascony region.

The castle of Goudourville was built by Hugues de Gasques on a former monastery dependent on the abbey of Bonneval.

It is a medieval fortified castle, remodeled throughout history and more particularly in the 17th century, offering a view of the Garonne valley.

Goudourville Castle was built on a rocky outcrop, around the 12th century and 13th century and heavily altered in the 17th century.

Goudourville Castle is listed as a historic monument by decree of August 7, 1974.

How to get to?

From Paris: 6 hr 42 min (645 km) via A20

From Toulouse: 1 hr 7 min (94.7 km) via A62

From Andorra: 3 hr 26 min (276 km) via A62

From Barcelona: 4 hr 30 min (486 km) via AP-7 and A61

From Madrid: 7 hr 42 min (766 km) via A-1

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