Adults  :                                                                          8 €
Adults discount * :       7 €
Group adults from 20 persons :                  6 €
Children from 6 to 12  :     4.50 €
Children under 6 :             free
Audio guide (take 1, the second is free)   4 €

Open daily all year round except december 24/25/31 and january 1st

Hours (Last visit 20 minutes before closing)

January :     10.00 a.m. to 04.30 p.m.
February :        10.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.
March :   10.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.
April, May, June :  
 09.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.
July, August :
 09.00 a.m. to 08.00 p.m.
September :    09.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.
October :   10.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.
November :                 10.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.
December :  10.00 a.m. to 04.30 p.m.

Château de Peyrepertuse

Lieudit Le Château

11350 Duilhac sous Peyrepertuse

Tél : +33 (0)430 370 077  / mobile : +33 (0) 671 586 336

E-mail :


Prices (except events and festivals)

* Discount with valid proof of eligibility for Adults with “Passeport des Sites”, students, seniors over 70, unemployed, families with 3 children and more, persons with disabilities.


** Guided tours for groups only. Needs to be booked before. Book here


Thank you for your contribution to the preservation of this exceptional site

The Castel of Peyrepertuse has been classified as a  historic monument in 1907. It is the property of the community of Duilhac sous Peyrepertuse (153 residents) who decided to open the site for visits in 1973 after several archaeological campaigns.

Since then, the community invested several million Euros to secure, restaure and preserve this exceptionnel monument so the coming generations will still have a chance to visit it.

The ticket price allows the community to find the budget to invest regularly and also to make live the territory.

For groups, families or friends...

Here you find information to prépare your group visit in Peyrepertuse and the Corbieres:

Group visits 2021
All you need to know to prepare your visit
Visite groupes anglais 2021.pdf
Document Adobe Acrobat 947.5 KB


1 hour from mediterranean sea

2 hours from toulouse/montpellier/barcelone

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You are arriving at Peyrepertuse and can already see its silhouette on the crest above the charming village of Duilhac.

At the shop and tickets office you can buy some local products before beginning your visit of the castle


Access by car or motorcycle

After traveling on the winding and beautiful roads (D14), take the entry of Duilhac and follow the road up to the castle for about 2,5 km. Soon you'll leave the village of Duilhac sous Peyrepertuse while continuing to the Castle of Peyrepertuse 

You can sight the Castle on the limestone crest that rises above the village.

Several parking places are at your disposal at the reception area and shop.

Access by camper van or bus more than 7 meters in length

For those who travel by camper van or bus more than 7 m in length the ascent to the castle is regulated. The road is particularly winding and therefore not adapted for vehicles more than 7 meters in length. You may find yourself stuck!

A parking place for this purpose is at your disposal whose location is indicated by a signboard between the village and the Castle.

From this parking you need to walk about 1km to reach the reception area. 

In the village you will find a free parking for camper vans with sanitary facilities and disposal of waste waters. Its has 30 places,  and there is no need to book. In very dry periods the water may be cut, don't forget to fill your water tank before coming.

Access on foot or by bicycle

The picturesque village of Duilhac sous Peyrepertuse on the trail "Sentier Cathare GR367" is an interesting halt to do.

There is no doubt, the most specta-cular halts on the trail coming from Tuchan are the village and the castle. Approaching the village, the trail in the wilderness starts leading through vineyards.

Following the signs, the trail leads you through a few welcoming town lanes before you reach the Castle of Peyrepertuse.

Access for persons with reduced mobility ?

The Castle of Peyrepertuse cannot be accessed by persons with reduced mobility. The reception area and shop can be accessed by a ramp. A parking lot for this purpose is nearby. 

Here, a reduced model communicates the Castles architecture and is aimed for the tactile exploration.

Good to know for the visit

Don't forget...

To reach the Castle from the ticket office it takes 15 minutes to walk on a steep and rocky path. We recommend that you wear sturdy footwear. Families with infants should use a baby carrier. Don't forget to bring some water and small snacks for the little hunger. In summer bring your sunhat and sunscreen.

What else you should know...

Dogs are welcome at the Castle as long as they are kept on a lead 

You will need 2 hours for the entire visit, starting from the parking place at the reception area underneath the Castle of Peyrepertuse.

Close to the reception area you will find Picnic tables but if you wish to choose a privileged place to enjoy the sight while taking your meal, there is enough space up in the castle complex of Peyrepertuse.

To preserve this beautiful site  please don't forget to take your litter back down after having your meal. Litter boxes are placed nearby the bathrooms underneath the reception area.