Château de Mursay

This manor house, today a garden of ruins classified as a Historic Monument, was in the 1576th century the stronghold of Agrippa d'Aubigné, grandfather of the Marquise de Maintenon, great poet of the Baroque period and squire of the future Henri IV who passed through there in XNUMX "the happiest days of his life". Moreover, the Allée du Roy, an avenue of lime trees three hundred years old, bears this name in memory of his stay.
Located on the left bank of the Sèvre, on a terrace placed on stilts out of the floods, below the Gallic path known as Magné, close to a ford, the old castle serving as an outpost at Coudray-Salbart has been transformed from 1596 to 1613 as a pleasure castle by Agrippa d'Aubigné who “basty strongly and conveniently new”.

1h30 guided tour by the Friends of Mursay Castle for groups by appointment (communes and surroundings of the castle).
Free visit to the exteriors all year round.

Rankings & Labels

  • Listed historical sites and monuments


Average duration of the group visit: 90 min.


Rue de Mursay
79410 ECHIRE
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