Château de Roquebrune Cap Martin
Place du Général de Gaulle
Château de Roquebrune Cap Martin The Château de Roquebrune Cap Martin, also know as Château Grimaldi, is the oldest dungeon in France. Originally erected by Conrad I in the 10th century, the fortress grew into a village throughout the Middle Ages, creating a distinctly medieval town. The seaside town has inspired modern builders as well: Le Corbusier was drawn to the area and built his utopian holiday retreat Cabanon here, while Irish architect and designer Eileen Gray built the modernist E-1027 villa.