Château de Najac

Château de Najac, the Royal fortress of Najac


Situated 200 metres above the Aveyron River on top of a hill in Najac, Château de Najac also know as the 'Royal fortress of Najac' was built in 1253 by the inhabitants of the village.

The castle's longest length is 40 metres, with 4 towers and one being square in shape.

The castle is 1 of 23 castles on the famous 'Route des Seigneurs du Rouergue', a tourist itinerary.

Château de Najac is listed as a monument historic since 1925 and Najac is recognised as "one of the most beautiful villages in France".


Rue du Château, 12270, Najac, France

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