This fortified house was built in 1320 by Humbert de Cléron, a vassal of the Count of Burgundy, to protect the ford over the Loue on the main Franche-Comté salt road.
Altered and enlarged in the 15th and 18th centuries, the castle still retains its medieval defences.
To be seen in Cléron: the former 14th century castle chapel, enlarged in the 18th century to become the church of Saint-Siméon; the former 17th century presbytery with its lava stone roof.
- Cheques and postal orders, Cash
- Pets not allowed
Prices & Schedules Opening :
From 01/07/23 to 31/08/23
Tuesday to Sunday from 14:30 to 18:00 (from 01/07 to 31/08, garden only, interior not open to visitors)Prices :
- Base rate - full rate adult : 3€
- Gratuities (- 14 years old)
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