Located in Pyrénées-Orientales (South of France), Mont-Louis is the highest fortified town in France (at an altitude of 1600m). This stronghold was built ex nihilo by Vauban in 1679 to protect and control this territory annexed from Spain after the treaty of 1,659. This village of 216 inhabitants is overlooked by a citadel, which is the only one still used for military purposes. Inside, you can admire the Forçats’ well and its big wheel dating from the 17th century, which supplied the garrison with water.
This room of 25.4m², based on the first floor, is ideal to receive a family. Bordered by 3 large windows, the room offers an unobstructed view of the Place de la Révolution, one of the most central square of the town. It is a disabled access room that can receive up to 4 people.