Location | Castle of Gruissan, Gruissan, France
The Castle of Gruissan, built in the 10th century, used to be a castle protecting the harbour from invasions. The castle was dismantled in the 16th century and has been detoriating since. Today, the tower is the only remnant of the castle, and the village of Gruissan has been built around the castle. The castle got the “monument historique” status by the French Ministry of Culture. This status is given to special historical buildings such as the Eiffel tower and Louvre.