Agel Castle (fr. châteaux D’Agel) is a medieval castle in the center of the Languedoc region with a long history stretching back before the Cathar period. It lies in the Minervois region.
The oldest part of the present chateau dates from the 12th century. It is one of a line of fortified castles built by vassals of the Count of Toulouse and used to resist the Albigensian crusaders in the 13th century.
Coordinates: 43.338 N 2.852E