Tines Gate (1565)
Located on Tines Street, this door is integrated into an urban ensemble, consisting of a tower that has the great particularity of being square and a laundry served by streets that converge on a small urban space planted.
A little less well preserved than the Migraniers Gate, the Tines Gate has the same architectural characteristics, the apparatus of the semicircular arc being coarser and the mortar more degraded. The hinges holding the door are still preserved. Unlike on Migraniers Gate, the walkway does not pass on the gate.
All year round, daily.
- Individual tours : Unguided individual tours available permanently
- Group tours : Unguided group tours available permanently
- Services : Pets welcome
- Equipments : Parking
- Pets allowed