Alycastre fort

  • Historic site and monument
  • Historic patrimony
  • Military Patrimony
  • Fort
  • listed
  • 17th C
L'Alycastre Porquerolles 83400 Hyères
Alycastre fort was built under the authority of cardinal Richelieu between 1633 and 1637 to defend the coast and prevent the landing on the beaches nearby. Closed to the public.
A squared pyramidal tower with an eight-pointed star enclosure and drawbridge gate entrance.
After the British troops retreat in the late eighteen century, it was modified between 1811 and 1814 under Napoleon. It was a state prison between 1848 and 1875.
Listed as “Monument Historique” and owned by “Conservatoire du littoral “ since 2011.
It is said that the Iron Mask stayed two day here on his way to Sainte-Marguerite island.
Alycastre bay is where the island most famous legend took...
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Alycastre fort
L'Alycastre Porquerolles 83400 Hyères
  • On an island
  • Sea view
  • Waterside
  • Beach within 300 m
Updated on 09 March 2024 at 14:51
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