Historical sites and monuments


A unique testimony to the architecture and art of 18th century gardens in the south of Toulouse.


The chateau was built in 1734 by the Marquis de Chalvet Rochemonteix, royal seneschal to Louis XV. The current owners, direct descendants of the builder, undertook an extensive renovation programme a few years ago to enhance the beauty of the chateau, its decoration and furniture.
In the lounges visitors will discover the Marquis' desk, splendid Flemish tapestries from the 16th and 17th centuries and the Chinese salon with its painted panelling. ....
The 5-ha boxwood garden is classified and it shelters a 6km labyrinth, the longest one in Europe.
Come and discover a historical trail through the labyrinth which is punctuated with historical anecdotes. Download the mobile ap and 9 interactive terminals will make you discover the 250 year-long history of the chateau and of the park.

Spoken languages

  • English


Tourism Quality Label Listed or registered (CNMHS)


  • Bar
  • Tea Room

Coach parking

Room rental


Groups accepted

  •   Prices min.. (in €) Prices max. (in €)
  • Base rate - full rate adult>10€50

    Enigma Labyrinth

  • Child rate>8€50

    Enigma Labyrinth

  • Base rate - full rate adult>10€

    Dédale Labyrinth

  • Child rate>8€

    Dédale Labyrinth

  • Child rate>

    Labyrinth (-4 years old)

  • Base rate - full rate adult>16€20

    Dédale + Enigma Labyrinth

  • Child rate>14€20

    Dédale + Enigma Labyrinth

Means of payment

  • Credit card
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash

Airport / Aerodrome

at10 km


at5 km

Railway station

at20 km

Bus station

at20 km