Rendez-vous at the Château de Béru
The Castle was built in the 13th century and belongs to the Counts of Béru since 1627, still owning the domain.
It underwent changes in the Renaissance and in the 18th century.
You can see a rare sundial and lunar of 16th century, a gate and its 13th century tower, a dovecot with 1500 boxes of 13th century and 16th century cellars.
The Château de Béru stands between vineyards overlooking one of the loveliest hills of Chablis, in the village of Béru.
Open from 15 April to 15 November
- Adults: full price € 10
- Child rate € 5 (12 to 16 years)
Located 200 km south of Paris and 30 km from Auxerre, capital of Yonne, the Château de Béru is located in the village of Béru.
The easiest access is to take the A6 motorway exit No. 20 to TONNERRE, after Auxerre coming from Paris, or exit No. 21 to NITRY from the south.
Château de Béru
32, Grande Rue
+0033 86 75 90 43