Located in the heart of Provence, the dazzling Chateau de Tourreau will certainly deliver you a wedding with added wow factor.
Enter by the main entrance and walk through the alley of ancient plane trees, then discover the beautiful 18th century facade, with its many windows and bas-relief sculptures. We love the outlook of the chateau with its warm feel and pastel colours, oozing elegance and provencal charm.
The chateau’s parkland (8 hectares large) is enchanting and you’ll find there plethora of spaces to have your wedding ceremony and reception drinks. Spots worth considering include the jardins a la française, the fountains and ponds, the orchards and an organic garden.
Another rare feature is the exquisite consecrated chapel, that can host up to 70 people.
For the wedding dinner, make the most of the outside and enjoy a gourmet French meal al fresco, or under a nice marquee.
The day after the wedding, you can continue to entertain your guests by having a brunch or BBQ by the infinity pool.
The estate can sleep up to 29 people: 15 people in the chateau and 14 in the tastefully renovated barn, adjacent to the chateau. The rooms, just like the rest of the interiors, are luxurious, furnished with refined furniture and beautiful art, combining Renaissance and Provence styles. All the rooms have their own ensuite bathroom. There is also on site a fitness area, a tennis court, and a helipad.
Finally, the chateau is located at the heart of a lovely village within easy distance from the main cultural and historical sights of Provence in the South of France.
Fun venue fact!
In 2019 Chateau de Tourreau played host to celebrity couple, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas for their star-studded wedding in France. Game of Thrones actor Sophie wore a white, floor-length, embellished gown by luxury label Louis Vuitton whilst singer Joe doned an all-black ensemble by French fashion house Berluti.
Things to do in the area: Chateau de Tourreau is perfectly situated for a wine tour of Chateauneuf du Pape. Explore the gorgeous and cultural town of Avignon, discover Isle sur la Sorgues famed for its many antique shops, Orange and its Roman amphitheatre, the elegant Aix en Provence and trendy boutiques…