True châteaux are rare in the Rhone Valley. Aqueria is indeed a fascinating, amazing home, due in part to its construction oriented east to west.
The château reflects the graciousness of the 18th century, with its façades embellished with horns of plenty, symbolic of the exceptional land. It is built up against a small grove of pine, which shelters it from the Mistral wind and the torrid summer weather.
The west façade gives out onto a porch with a double staircase and overlooks magnificent French gardens that were designed, it is said, by a disciple of André Lenotre, gardener to King Louis XIV.

An elegant and discreet Château, perched on the hill overhangnig the vallée du Rhône.