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Created in the middle of the 12th century, the Commandery of Courval was an important agricultural establishment belonging to the Order of the Temple. In 1307, after the dissolution of the order by King Philippe le Bel, it was passed on to the monk-soldiers of Saint-Jean-de-Jérusalem. Today, the site, abandoned for more than twenty years, will be reborn thanks to the ambitious project of new owners.

Practical InformationAddress : 3, route de Pontécoulant 14410 Valdallière
: +33(0)6 19 02 72 02
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Open from April 15 to 30, then from July 1 to August 31 (school holidays).

Open to visitors on weekends by appointment.

Norman Abbeys
Norman Abbeys

Abbayes de Normandie - Route historique
28, rue Raymond Aron
BP 52
76824 Mont-Saint-Aignan Cedex

+33 (0)2 35 12 41 60
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