The Castle of Domfront was built on an outcrop of Armorican sandstone and is a remarkable defensive site.
The present vestiges date back to Henry Beauclerc in the 12th century (keep and chapel). The ramparts incorporate a uniquely preserved inner corridor pierced with arrow-slits.
Free visit all year long.
Guided tours of the castle and the medieval city by Domfront Tourist Office every Tuesday and Thursday in French at 2.30pm from 15/06 to 15/09 ( + on Wednesday at 2.30 pm in English) on booking at the Tourist Office, minimum 4 people.
|Base rate - full rate adult||15€|
Free for all
- Debit cards
- Postal or bank cheques
- Picnic area
- Bicycle parking
- Animals welcome
- Groups welcome