Emerald Water Chateau

Destination: French Riviera

A rare gem! This beautiful medieval castle sits on the water’s edge over a peaceful bay with breathtaking views. Initially discovered by the Romans over 2000 years ago, the site became a medieval fortress before being destroyed and rebuilt multiple times throughout history. It was in the early 1900s that an American couple residing in Paris bought the ruins and transformed them into a location hosting concerts, religious ceremonies, art retreats, and international cultural expositions.

There are numerous spaces on the property to reveal and create an exciting flow of discovery for your guests as the day unfolds. You can host the ceremony by the sea, have a sunset cocktail hour in the garden, a beautiful dinner in the courtyard, and dancing inside of the historical castle.

The courtyard can host over 300 people for a seated dinner outside in the sun. Indoor dining can fit 120 guests comfortably in case of uncertain weather.

Dancing is held indoors in the vaulted gothic reception hall which has access to both the outdoor courtyard and terrace overlooking the sea. Dance the night away, step outside to feel the cool sea breeze, and relish these precious moments with family and friends in such a unique privileged location!


A breathtaking chateau literally dipping into the Mediterranean Sea.
Rich in history and charm for a unique unforgettable experience.
• • • • •
Several spaces on the property perfect for creating new discoveries for guests during the different parts of the wedding.
• • • • •
Plan B indoor options are readily available in case of bad weather in one of the vaulted reception rooms.
• • • • •
Privatization fees starting at 9,900€
• • • • •
Outdoor dining can host 300 guests and indoors can seat 150.
Catering & rentals sourced independently from external suppliers.
• • • • •
Dancing possible until 4 am.
• • • •
No accommodation on site. Numerous hotels within walking distance in a cute coastal village
• • • •
30 minutes from Nice International Airport