Bourbon-l’Archambault is situated in the heart of the Allier province of Auvergne in central France. The castle of Bourbon l’Archambault which belonged to the dukes of Bourbon dates back to the 13th and 15th Centuries. It was also a home to the last eight kings of France. The medicinal properties of the mineral waters of Bourbon and its neighbouring areas are known to cure illnesses and hence it is considered a spa town. There are lots of tourists visiting the place to get treated at these natural spas. You can find yourself a good deal here at EasyToBook.com as we offer some great budget hotels.
Three towers and the ramparts of the chateau still remain and visitors are stunned by the Qui Qu’en Grogne tower built by Louis II that overlooks the town below. Souvigny is another interesting place with the memorials of the dukes, Louis II and his wife Anne of Auvergne in the chapel of Saint-Pierre priory. It is famous for its medieval masterpiece of the Bible in that region. The remains of the palace built by Archambault is called La Mal Coiffee while the duke’s chapel and Anne’s pavilion have been converted into an archaeological museum. Hotels are located in all parts of the area.
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