The Aubigny Tower was built in 1490 as part of the ramparts surrounding Candes-Saint-Martin.
There was one of the fortified gates of the village, called Porte de l’Enfant, intended for the use of the castellans. It overlooks the old moat (now rue de la Douve) and can be admired with precision from the terrace of the castle. A true architectural heritage of the 15th century, the Aubigny Tower is listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments. It’s been tastefully renovated by the owners and now houses on three levels two round bedrooms and a round living room that can be rented for a magical stay.
Les autres attraits touristiques de la visite
Street Art Parc
On the Loire à Vélo route, and on the route de la Compostelle, the Street Art Parc has been hosting artistic residencies for 3 years, allowing street art artists to express themselves far from their urban environment.
Foundations of the terrace and former wine storage places, these huge cellars are the imprint of the wine-growing past of the estate.
neoclassic style, the facades are listed as a Historic Monument and are composed symmetrically with tufa, the emblematic stone of the Loire Valley.
In front of the facades of the Château and the Aubigny Tower, extends the terrace. It offers a belvedere with a unique view of the confluence and the Saint Martin collegiate church, as well as the lower part of the village of Candes.
Séjournez à la tour d'Aubigny
Avec ses deux chambres, elle ne manquera pas de vous offrir un week-end inoubliable !