Tournon sur Rhone - France

Located on the Rhone, Tournon is set in countryside dotted with 16th century castles, Roman ruins and covered with vineyards.Tournon's main attraction is a a feudal castle that is built into a rock overlooking the town and the river. The castle, whose foundations date back to the 10th Century, has a section built in the Renaissance that houses the town museum. Other sights in Tournon sur Rhône include the Collegiate Church of Saint-Julien and the Lycee Gabriel-Faure, a school that was founded in 1536 by the Cardinal of Tournon and which claims to be the oldest lycee in France. Tournon sur Rhône is a gateway to the Ardèche and the Doux Valley, which can be reached by road or via an excursion on the Vivarais steam railway. There are more than 30 cruises calling at this port. Click the month or cruise line logo you are interested in to see details of the cruises.