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The Gardens in The Valley Giverny Bed Breakfast You are here: Giverny Home › Accommodations › Les Jardins du Val Les Jardins du Val (The Gardens in the Valley) Bed and Breakfast Stephane Cailloux 13 Chemin du Moulin Le Val d’Aconville 78270 Port Villez France Access Map Information and booking online En Francais : Les Jardins du Val, Chambre d’hôtes This peacefull guesthouse is nested in a wooden small valley with a stream that flows alongside the estate. 2 rooms and 2 family suites opening on to a magnificent garden are open to guests. Room rates for 2, breakfasts included: €80 Les Jardins du Val Bed and Breakfast in Giverny Vernon area The Gardens in the Valley Guest House In his garden, he introduces you to every plants in a low voice, in order not to disturb the birds. Stephane Cailloux speaks of trees with passion: he is a tree grower by trade. His guesthouse nested in a wooden small valley opens on to a magnificent garden. The stream that flows alongside the estate is the border between two regions, Normandy and Ile de France. Step on the little bridge and change county… you are still at the Cailloux, who have been living in this valley for seven generations! It is so good lingering outdoors in the green. The same quietful atmosphere is to be found indoors in the four bedrooms. Garden lovers travelling to Giverny to admire Monet’s gardens, only 15 mn drive away, will feel at home at Les Jardins du Val. Guest Room: The green Heart This room has: One double bed 140 x 190cm Ensuite bathroom with shower and toilets 2020 Daily Rates 1 or 2 persons : 80 euros Bed and Breakfast in Les Yvelines Family suite: The yard of the Valley Ideal for a family this suite has: a double bedded room 160 x 190cm Bedroom at Les Jardins du Val Bed and Breakfast a children room with 2 bunk beds ensuite bathroom with shower ensuite separate toilets 2020 Daily Rates for 1 or 2 persons: 118 euros for 3 or 4 persons: 148 euros Guest room at The gardens in the Valley Family junior suite: La Valoise This wide room has: One double bed 160 x 190cm One simple bed 90 x 190cm Ensuite bathroom with shower and toilets 2020 Daily Rates for 1 or 2 persons: 118 euros for 3 persons: 148 euros Wide room in the attic of Les Jardins du Val B&B Welcome to the Park at Les Jardins du Val Car park in the estate No pet Booking: Information and booking online Access Map Breakfast room at The Gardens in the Valley BnB Availability and Booking Request Form Your First and Last Names: Your email Address: Your Check-in Date: 2023 2024 – mm 01 – Jan 02 – Feb 03 – Mar 04 – Apr 05 – May 06 – Jun 07 – Jul 08 – Aug 09 – Sep 10 – Oct 11 – Nov 12 – Dec – dd 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Your Check-out Date: 2023 2024 – mm 01 – Jan 02 – Feb 03 – Mar 04 – Apr 05 – May 06 – Jun 07 – Jul 08 – Aug 09 – Sep 10 – Oct 11 – Nov 12 – Dec – dd 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Number of Travellers: Number of Adults: Number of Children: Ages of Children: Nb of Babies (<3yo): Rooms Required: Number of Bedrooms with a Double Bed: Number of Bedrooms with Twin Beds: Extra Beds Required: Nb of extra single beds: Number of baby cots: Remarks and Special RequirementsHalf-board, Room preference, late arrival, pets, … How to get to Giverny? By Bus: Dayly Bus/Minibus Day/Half-day Tours are operated from Paris center. By Train: You can easily come by train from Paris, Rouen or Le Havre. You have to stop in Vernon-Giverny train station and then you have a bus shuttle to bring you to Giverny; By Car: 3 free of charge Car Parks are at your disposal in Giverny; By Boat: River cruises on the Seine are more and more popular. Except in winter they all propose a visit of Monet’s gardens in Giverny. Where to stay in Giverny area? Giverny area has a wide choice of accommodations of different kinds to offer you a place to stay for a night or longer: Hotels of 2,3 and 4 stars Bed and Breakfast in Farms, Mills, Manors and Chateaux Self catering cottage Familly friendly accommodations Restaurants More Giverny Visitor Information? More on Monet’s garden More on Monet’s house More on Claude Monet Life and Art More on Giverny village and on Vernon Town More on Giverny Museum of Impressionisms Other Attractions, Museums, Castles, Mills, Archeology Versailles tour © Givernet Non for Profit Organisation Last Modified: Thursday, 02-Jul-2020 12:33:34 EDT tripadvisor.com The Gardens of Menton; verdant jewels of the French Riviera | Villa Genesis Book Menu Book Accueil Hotel & Services Rooms & Suites Offers Activities Photos Location News History 7 Avenue de la Madone 06500 Menton, France +33 4 12 04 00 00 [email protected] Accueil A haven of peace facing the sea Discover Hotel & Services Lounge areas to relax Discover Rooms & Suites All the comforts of home, and much more Discover Offers Best rate guaranteed Discover Activities Everyone will find happiness in Menton Discover Photos La Villa Genesis in images Discover Location An exceptional situation Discover News Latest news to do and discover Discover History Une histoire singulière Discover fr it en +33 4 12 04 00 00 [email protected] The Gardens of Menton; verdant jewels of the French Riviera Posted in In Menton le 5 March 2020 Accueil News In Menton The Gardens of Menton; verdant jewels of the French Riviera Famed as a town of gardens, sub-tropical Menton is like an open-air greenhouse. We invite you to explore these gorgeous green spaces during your stay at the Villa Genesis, a luxury hotel facing the sea. To make the most of the experience, we recommend booking a tour guide. The Jardin Serre de la Madone Located just 5 minutes away by car, this garden is famed for its superb design and rare plantings. Its majestic trees include a tropical Himalayan oak, two immense Podocarpus in thick shade, two California fan palms, a great Yunnan magnolia and more. Open Tuesday to Sunday, free visiting from 10:00 to 17:00 and guided tour at 15:00. The Jardin du Val Rameh Located just 8 minutes away by car, this stunning garden mixes topaz, ruby ​​and lapis lazuli with the green of malachite and jade. Amidst strange plants from distant lands, you’re sure to succumb to the magic of the place and the charm of the transplanted tropics. Free visiting Wednesday to Monday from 09:30 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 17:00. Guided tours every Monday at 15:00. The Jardin d’Agrumes du Palais Carnolès In this former summer residence of the Princes of Monaco, less than 300 metres from the Villa Genesis, you’ll find a collection of sculptures and 137 different citrus varieties from around the world. The Jardin Maria Serena Among the other gardens to add to your list, the Jardin Maria Serena is often regarded as the most delightful in France. More than a garden, it’s a palm grove that offers a unique view of the old town of Menton. Guided tour every Tuesday at 10:00 and every Friday at 14:30. The Jardin Fontana Rossa This garden was the work of the Spanish writer Vincente Blasco-Ibanez. Here, in the 1920s, he recreated a corner of his native Valencia with colourful ceramics, fountains, benches, pergolas and ponds. Guided tour every Monday at 10:00. The Jardin des Colombières This haven of peace is inspired by Mediterranean culture and dotted with ponds and statues. Visiting on Friday by reservation. La Citronneraie This magnificent tropical pleasure garden is located on the side of the Annonciade hill. Lemon, olive, banana and dragon trees, cacti and mimosas are among the many plants that thrive there. ****** Crédit photo : Jardin du Val Rameh © Parisette – Wikimedia Commons Villa Genesis, a luxury hotel in Menton ideally located between sea and mountains, close to Italy and Monaco Return to posts Villa Genesis Menton 7 Avenue de la Madone 06500 Menton +33 4 12 04 00 00 [email protected] Sitemap News Legal Notice Privacy policy Manage cookies Languages Français English Italiano Newsletter sign-up Your email Please validate the captcha Send Your enrollment has been taken on account Official website – All rights reserved – Villa Genesis Menton – © 2023 Design & production: Agence WEBCOM Visit and discover Menton’s gardens ©Istock – Pk Photos Visit and discover Menton’s gardens HomeDiscoverCities on the Côte d’AzurVisit Menton, its famous gardens and its gentle way of lifeVisit and discover Menton’s gardens Menton’s gardens are undoubtedly worth a visit during your stay on the Côte d’Azur! Between Belle Epoque and sensory journeys, the gardens in Menton will transport you into lush worlds with exotic and lemony fragrances. A desire to discover new plants or simply to escape for a moment? Here is a selection of Menton’s not to be missed gardens. VISIT TO THE JARDIN SERRE DE LA MADONEGo to Menton to discover this remarkable garden overlooking the Mediterranean…More than 6 hectares of natural terraces punctuated by ponds, statues, palm trees, Mediterranean and exotic trees, await you during your visit to the Jardin de la Serre de la Madone. Discover plants from around the world when you overlook the Mediterranean – it is probably THE garden you just have to visit. Located on Menton’s hills, you’ll be transported by the subtle smells and guided by the song of the birds that have taken up residence in the gardens. With the « Jardin Remarquable » label and listed as a Historic Monument, the Jardin de la Serre de la Madone offers a real escape between the sea and mountains.Plan your visit to the garden Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par Ville de Menton (@villedementon) le 24 Juin 2019 à 6 :26 PDT ©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MOIRENCVISIT TO THE JARDIN MARIA SERENAReal open air greenhouse, a paradise to discover!Located on the seafront in a district of Menton called Petite Afrique, the Jardin Maria Serena is protected by the cliffs along the Italian border. The temperature never drops below 5°C in this garden known as the most temperate in France. Your gaze will inevitably be drawn upwards in this garden that is a hymn to verticality and whose plants come from South Africa and Brazil. Did you know, the Villa Maria Serena was built from plans drawn up by Charles Garnier, the architect of the Opéra de Paris?Plan your visit to the garden VISIT TO THE JARDIN FONTANA ROSAThe Jardin Fontana Rosa is a perfect blend of Spanish opulence and the Menton lifestyle!Its creator Vicente Balsco Ibanez, a Spanish writer, made it a place of inspiration. Between the ceramic buildings and portraits of great authors, the Jardin Fontana Rosa displays its exuberance and charm… Once through heavy gate, discover the ceramic portraits of Balzac, Dickens and Cervantes. The Jardin Fontana Rosa is without doubt one of the most original gardens in Menton – even the rarest – born out of the imagination of an extravagant writer! Discover the garden during guided tours only.Book your visit to the garden©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MOIRENC ©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MOIRENC Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par Baby voyageur 🌎🛫 (@babyvoyageur) le 16 Juil. 2017 à 11 :55 PDTVISIT TO THE JARDIN DU VAL RAHMEHA true bucolic paradise awaits you in Menton!A place as original as it is organized, the Jardin Val Rahmeh in Menton, remarkable garden, has plants from tropical and subtropical countries and of course from the Mediterranean. During your visit to the garden, you will come across 1,700 food and medicinal plants – and even ones with magical properties – with exceptional shapes, colours and fragrances! A haven of freshness and peace, don’t miss a visit to the Val Rahmeh botanical gardens.Plan your visit to the garden VISIT TO THE JARDIN DES COLOMBIERESMore than a garden, a work of art in Menton!A garden, an artist! Here Ferdinand Bac, writer, draftsman and talent cartoonist during the Belle Epoque and landscaper made this property an unconventional space. Alternating between frescoes and ceramics, the Jardin des Colombières is an experience of illusion and discovery. Composed in several parts, each is arranged according to a mythological theme or a symbolic object. Note, this garden is private. Take advantage of the guided tours offered by the Menton Tourist Office during the garden festival and garden month.Discover the Jardin des Colombières©Ville de Menton ©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MoirencVISIT THE JARDIN DU PALAIS DE CARNOLESA “Jardin Remarquable”, go for a walk between the orange blossom and jasmine!Close to the centre of Menton, in the former summer residence of the Princes of Monaco you will discover in a single place more than 130 varieties of citrus fruit – including 24 sweet orange trees, 6 Seville orange trees, 6 lemon trees… In this place of rest, you’ll be carried away by the fruity and flowery fragrances that fill the Jardin du Palais Carnolès.Plan your visit to the garden VISIT THE JARDIN DU CLOS DU PEYRONNETA British oasis awaits you in Menton!Made up of a staircase of several interconnected pools, the Jardin du Clos du Peyronnet is full of hypnotic reflections. Here, fantasy is the order of the day, and craziness is allied with order. In short, it’s a fragrant and unique universe that welcomes you to the sound of birdsong. Note that the Jardin du Clos du Peyronnetis private. Take advantage of guided tours offered by the Menton Tourist Office during the garden festival and garden month.Discover the Jardin du Clos du Peyronnet©Ville de Menton You’ll also like!©CRT Côte d’Azur France / Olivier PUYDEBOIGuest houses in Menton: when holidays rhyme with encountersA true jewel of the Alpes Maritimes, the town of Menton is located on the French-Italian border within a breath-taking setting where land and sea rub shoulders. Book a guest…©Moirenc CamilleFind accomodation in MentonDiscover the accommodation in Menton, to sleep cradled by the fragrance of the lemons.©Natalishow / iStockOff to find the hilltop villages of the Pays Mentonnais!Gorbio, Sainte-Agnès, Castellar… A host of villages ensconced on their rocky outcrops, with the sky their only neighbour. 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Here is a selection of the top spots on the Côte d’Azur! ©Camille Moirenc – Côte d’Azur France Cities on the Côte d’Azur Few destinations bring together cities and villages that are legendary across the world in such a small area. 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From its unspoilt islands, jewels surrounded by the Mediterranean, to its headlands sprinkled with beaches and creeks, protected natural parks, gorges and the Mercantour lakes… The different natural landscapes are grandiose on the Côte d’Azur. Discover these natural sites and you will discover another Côte d’Azur in the heart of a protected natural heritage. ©Worldelse Legendary routes on the Côte d’Azur You’ve arrived on the Côte d’Azur. Perfect. And now, take to the road! Which one? Mimosa, Perfumes, Gardens, Cinema or Baroque. It’s up to you… Discover our selection of legendary routes on the Côte d’Azur! ©Camille Dufosse – Côte d’Azur France Top events and festivals on the Côte d’Azur Festivals and carnivals, fireworks, concerts and mega shows, magical places under the stars, major international sporting or artistic events, glamour, glitz and crazy atmospheres, passion for games and outings… Events are in the Côte d’Azur’s DNA. Discover the major events of the year on the Côte d’Azur. ©Isabelle Fabre Eco tourism Countryside breaks, ecotourism, responsible tourism, green tourism or even slow tourism: be overcome by sensation in the unique setting of the Côte d’Azur. Between the sea and the mountains, the diversity of natural sites on the Côte d’Azur will see you travel from the azure blue of the Mediterranean to the green of the Mercantour, offering you the chance to enjoy unforgettable experiences with family or friends. A natural immersion in the most beautiful natural parks, a meeting with cetaceans in the Pélagos sanctuary, a night in a refuge or in a cabin in the trees, a hike with or without a guide in the Mercantour to discover the wildlife, a meeting with local producers and artisans… A different view of the Côte d’Azur lies before you! Whether for your main holiday or for a micro-adventure, rediscover the Côte d’Azur through ecotourism. ©Benoit PAGE Prepare your stay on the Côte d’Azur! At the foot of its mountains plunging into the Mediterranean, the Côte d’Azur generously invents “localities” with an exotic touch. Pebbles in Nice and sand in Pampelonne, mimosa forests and exotic gardens, the Riviera stretches from Menton to Hyères revealing dream beaches, towns with seductive architecture, daring headlands and amazing summits over 3000 m high. The multitude of Côte d’Azur areas also invent themselves in the shade of the baous, in the perfumed freshness of its valleys and in its impressive gorges. Villages perched above the oak trees, Gardens of Eden that are the living witnesses of a past rich in diverse influences, rocky plateaus dedicated to seasonal migration: “localities” with an exotic touch encourage all kinds of journeys. Enhance your emotions, you’re on the Côte d’Azur France! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Things to do Land of emotions and sensations, the Côte d’Azur owes a lot of its success to the exceptional diversity of activities. 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Satisfy your curiosity, discover museums with exceptional collections, travel through towns and villages to explore exceptional sites and monuments or learn about the intense love affair between the Côte d’Azur and the cinema. ©yann savalle blysart Art Crafts & Traditions Faithful to the traditions and creativity of the Côte d’Azur, the artists and artisans offer the full scope of their talents in its many towns and villages, the most well-known of which are Biot, Vallauris, Cagnes-sur-Mer, La Colle-sur-Loup, etc. Open the doors to their studios, discover the specialities and let yourself by won over by these artisans with a golden touch. Perfumers, master glassmakers, potters, ceramic artists… The Côte d’Azur celebrates arts and crafts! ©Palais des Festivals et des Congrés de Cannes – Hervé Fabre The Côte d’Azur, land of the cinema Silence! Action! The Côte d’Azur puts on a show… Every year, all over the world the spotlight is on the Cannes Film Festival, its famous red carpet and the procession of stars – but let’s not forget that the Côte d’Azur has enjoyed an intense love affair with cinema for over a century! From mythical film locations to top events – everything you need to know about the Côte d’Azur and the cinema. ©Aurelien Buttin Flowers and perfumes Grasse is the world capital of perfumery… and the Côte d’Azur is the land of perfumes. When you organize your stay or your holiday on the Côte d’Azur, don’t forget to plan a visit to Grasse to discover its perfumeries… and learn how to create your own perfume in an olfactory workshop! ©C.MOIRENC Parks and gardens The diversity of its landscapes and the mildness of the climate have made the Alpes-Maritimes a land of choice for gardens and gardeners alike. In the last century the English introduced exotic species making mosaics in which the world’s gardens are juxtaposed. From natural parks to exceptional gardens, discover one of the most dazzling faces of the Côte d’Azur. ©A-BUTTIN Gastronomy and wines The Côte d’Azur is known and loved for its culinary specialities. In the same way it inspired the great masters of painting, it is now a land of great chefs. Enter the world of flavours, southern produce between the sea and mountains. The mix of authenticity and creativity gives this sunshine cuisine real style. ©CRT Côte D’azur France Isabelle Fabre Sport and performances Live your passion to the full on the Côte d’Azur! Land of sport 365 days a year, every year the Côte d’Azur holds around forty high level sporting events. The range of sports is as varied as the diversity of its landscapes that stretch from the Mediterranean to the peaks of the Mercantour National Park. Whether you are a passionate sports and adventure enthusiast or a professional sportsperson, your stay on the Côte d’Azur will undoubtedly mean passion and performance! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Nature and Sensations activities A unique place for all lovers of outdoor activities and the great outdoors, the Côte d’Azur enjoys an exceptional natural environment set between the sea and the mountains – whatever the season. Hiking, trail, mountain biking, tree climbing, via ferrata, zip line, paragliding, canyoning, rafting, caving… there is something for everyone! With family or friends, fill up on sensations and nature on the Côte d’Azur! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Snow and Ski Activities Spirit of contrast, this is how the Alpes-Maritimes region can be described, with 3 international resorts (Auron, Isola 2000 and Valberg) and more than a dozen family resorts spread across the whole of the Côte d’Azur massif. Their “snow” and “sun” assets are guaranteed just an hour and a half’s drive from the coast! What makes the Côte d’Azur resorts so special is that, on a clear day, skiers can see the sea from four of our resorts: Isola 2000, Valberg, Gréolières-Les-Neiges and Turini Camp d’Argent! An exceptional level of sunshine: over 300 days! Downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe trekking, zip-lining… the choice is yours! ©Isabelle Fabre – Côte d’Azur France Water Sports A unique place for everyone that enjoys water activities, the Côte d’Azur boasts an exceptional natural environment with nearly 200 kilometres of coastline, six islands, exceptional sea beds and more than 300 days of sunshine per year. Hiking, diving, snorkelling, paddleboarding, sailing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, kayaking, jet-skiing, water skiing, parasailing, boat trips and even sea fishing… there’s something for everyone! With family or friends, whether you are a beginner or more experienced, fill up on sensations on the Côte d’Azur! ©iStock Family activities Between the sea and mountains, the Côte d’Azur offers a wide choice of leisure activities to share as a family! Enjoy some special moments on the Côte d’Azur whatever the season. Both young and old will enjoy the large range of cultural, sporting, fun or creative activities for every desire! Follow the guide… Here are our tips for discovering the Côte d’Azur with your family! ©Domaine du Mas de Pierre Relaxation and well-being We make you discover the most beautiful spas and spa hotels on the Côte d’Azur. You just have to make your choice and relax. Follow the guide. ©Aurélien Buttin Shopping With all its heritage and the infinite possibilities for cultural visits, the Côte d’Azur also offers great shopping in boutiques where special finds and new designs happily rub shoulders…. 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Depending on your tastes, your holiday style and your budget, you’ll find all the information you need to plan your stay on the Côte d’Azur. ©iStock Accommodation On the Côte d’Azur, there is a place to stay and an experience to fulfil your every desire. From a luxury hotel with a sea view to a charming bed and breakfast in the heart of a hilltop village, or a really unusual place to stay, you’ll find somewhere to suit you on the Côte d’Azur. ©Aurélien Buttin – Côte d’Azur France Restaurants The Côte d’Azur invites you to its restaurants! With over 3,500 restaurants, inns and bistros, the choice is vast and everyone will find somewhere tempting. There is no shortage of guides and advice available. We invite you to enter the world of flavours and produce from the south between the sea and mountains. This mix of authenticity and creativity gives this sunny cuisine is true style. ©CRT Côte d’Azur France/Olivier PUYDEBOIS Pass Côte d’Azur France For a weekend or a holiday, live an unforgettable experience with friends or family thanks to the Pass Côte d’Azur France! Museums, excursions, cultural or sports activities, the precious sesame allows you to access all the unmissable places of the Côte d’Azur at low prices and to (re)discover more than 100 activities between sea and mountains. ©Caesa Pics Production Practical information Whether you are passing through for a weekend or planning a longer stay, the Côte d’Azur will be an open book for you! How to get to the Côte d’Azur? What administrative procedures and formalities do you need to complete before you leave? How to get around on the Côte d’Azur? How do tax free purchases work? Your holiday starts here with all the practical information and contacts you need to plan your trip with complete peace of mind. Close Menu from. €……. Close × English Français Close × The most beautiful gardens on the Côte d’Azur ©Côte d’Azur France – Camille Moirenc The most beautiful gardens on the Côte d’Azur HomeThings to doParks and gardensThe most beautiful gardens on the Côte d’Azur It’s the Côte d’Azur signature. Discover the gardens on the Côte d’Azur: gardens overlooking the sea, exotic gardens, remarkable gardens, French gardens, perfumed flower gardens. In the end the hardest thing was selecting just 12. Because all the exceptional gardens on the Côte d’Azur are worth visiting! It’s sumptuous, unique, majestic: discover one of the most beautiful facets of the Côte d’Azur – its gardens. 1. THE GARDENS OF THE CHÂTEAU DE LA NAPOULE IN MANDELIEUVenetian, Moorish, Roman… the art of gardening is in the spotlight at the Château de la Napoule!A prestigious site on the seafront discovered by the Romans more than 2,000 years ago. The Château de la Napoule gardens designed by Mary Clews on an area of over 4 hectares, include fountains, topiary, small secret corners interspersed with magnificent sculptures. This is a real artist’s garden blending panoramas, perspectives and artistic creation. It is therefore not surprising that this garden received the « Remarkable Gardens » label from the Ministry of Culture.Discover the gardens at the Château de la Napoule!©Côte d’Azur France – Camille Moirenc Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par Fondation Maeght (@fondationmaeght) le 12 Avril 2019 à 8 :24 PDT2. THE GARDENS AT THE FONDATION MAEGHT IN SAINT-PAUL 3. MIP GARDENS IN MOUANS-SARTOUX2. This is the very first private foundation dedicated to living art. The Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul-de-Vence was inaugurated in 1964 by no less than André Malraux. Apart from the foundation, the Miro garden is worth a visit as are the gardens surrounding the original main building by the architect Josep Lluis Sert.Discover the Fondation Maeght !3. Near Grasse, the perfume capital, the MIP gardens in Mouans-Sartoux offer a delicious and fragrant walk in the heart of the fields of roses, jasmine, orange blossom and violets. Escape among the floral fragrances of the Côte d’Azur.Découvrir les Jardins du MIP ! 4. JARDIN EXOTIQUE IN EZE 5. JARDIN EXOTIQUE IN MONACO4. Here we are at the top of Eze in the heart of the ruins of a medieval castle. Overlooking the sea, the exotic garden in Eze is home to succulent plants such as cacti, agaves, and aloe as well as Mediterranean type plants. From this fragrant perch and one of the most beautiful gardens on the Côte d’Azur, you can admire the coast as far as Saint-Tropez.Discover the Jardin Exotique d’Eze!5. Monaco is on the list of extraordinary gardens on the Côte d’Azur. Opened in 1933 and boldly planted on the cliff side, the Rock gives pride of place to exuberance and the unusual. For example Monaco’s exotic garden houses fabulous plants that grow to gigantic heights. The Exotic Garden will remain closed in 2022 in order to carry out renovation and site security works.Discover the Jardin Exotique de Monaco!©Direction du Tourisme de Monaco Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par 🌴 Adeline 🌴 (@onmetlesvoiles) le 7 Juil. 2016 à 3 :41 PDT6. THE DOMAINE DU RAYOL IN RAYOL-CANADEL 7. THE SERRE DE LA MADONE IN MENTON6. Owned by the Conservatoire du Littoral, the Domaine du Rayol is a protected natural 20 hectare space facing the Iles d’Hyères, between Le Lavandou and Saint-Tropez. The landscaper Gilles Clément designed the Jardin des Méditerranées, an invitation to travel through the world’s Mediterranean landscapes.Discover the Domaine du Rayol!7. In the 19th century, English botanists began introducing tropical and subtropical species into the heart of Menton. Listed as a Historical Monument since 1990 and an exceptional garden on the Côte d’Azur, the Serre de la Madone has a unique landscape with countless rare plants and species brought from around the world. It was the work of Lawrence Johnston in 1924.Discover the Jardin de la Serre de la Madone! 8. THE JARDIN DU VAL RAHMEH IN MENTON 9. THE VILLA THURET GARDENS IN ANTIBES8. During your visit, linger around the ponds of Val Rahmeh with their giant lotus and water lilies that flourish in the sunshine. The garden also has secrets such as avocados, papayas, guava trees, banana trees, along with plants like the Easter Island Sophora toromiro that are extinct in the wild. It is a garden full of colour and fragrances.Discover the Jardin du Val Rahmeh!9. A botanical garden managed by the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, the Villa Thuret garden is home to plants that are little known in France. The site has kept its « English-style » 19th century garden design. There are eucalyptus and palm trees alongside conifers with staggering dimensions. For writer George Sand, the gardens of Villa Thuret was « the most beautiful » she has ever seen.Discover the Jardin de la Villa Thuret! ©Côte d’Azur France – Camille Moirenc©Côte d’Azur France – Camille Moirenc Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild (@villaephrussi) le 9 Juin 2019 à 11 :13 PDT10. THE VILLA EPHRUSSI DE ROTHSCHILD GARDENS IN SAINT-JEAN-CAP-FERRATIn the middle of the peninsula, Villa Ephrussi houses an exceptional garden – you can go from a French garden with water features to a Spanish garden with exotic species, and drink in the scents in the Florentine garden. A floral journey with nine stages, where you can easily spend the whole day. In addition, the rose garden offers a superb selection of roses. Roses were Baroness Ephrussi’s favourite flower.Discover the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild! 11. PARC PHOENIX IN NICE 12. THE ARBORETUM IN ROURE11. A 7 hectare green lung on the western outskirts of Nice, Parc Phoenix is a tropical antechamber. Its huge greenhouse is 25 meters high and recreates six tropical and subtropical climates. A real paradise for children, Parc Phoenix now has more than 2,000 animals too.Discover Parc Phoenix!12. In Roure on the edge of the Parc National du Mercantour and listed among the Remarkable Gardens on the Côte d’Azur, the Arboretum Marcel Kroënlein is an open book on the different kingdoms that preceded us. Through its collection of 400 trees, you can observe and decipher the principle of biodiversity.Discover the Arboretum de Roure! Voir cette publication sur InstagramUne publication partagée par Alexandra (@sweeties_vagabonderies) le 29 Juil. 2019 à 3 :51 PDT ©CRT Côte d’Azur France / COMPLUSThe gardens of the Côte d’Azur France!As of now, discover the very first episode of the Collection dedicated to the gardens of the Côte d’Azur France! THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ON THE CÔTE D’AZUR!By Côte d’Azur France AmbassadorsResidents and visitors to the Côte d’Azur, discover the selection of places, recommendations and favourites of the Côte d’Azur France community of ambassadors.WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramYoutube YOU’LL ALSO LOVE!©Côte d’Azur France – Camille Moirencnot to be missed: the third edition of the festival des jardins de la Côte d’Azur©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MoirencOur recommendations on the Mimosa route©Istock – Pk PhotosVisit and discover Menton’s gardens©Côte d’Azur France – Camille MoirencThe Côte d’Azur celebrates its flowers PACK ↓ ADULTE ENFANT 3 Activités 45 € 35 € 5 Activités 65 € 55 €Achetez votre pass en ligneCliquez ICI Côte d’Azur France Tourism Board 455 Promenade des Anglais Bâtiment HORIZON – CS 53126 06203 NICE Cedex 3 FRANCE Tél : +33 (0)4 93 37 78 78 Follow us on Social Networks Newsletter Receive our newsletter and be informed of all events and useful information… Register © Côte d’Azur France – 2023 Legal Notice Contact us Pro Space Organize an event The shop 0 en Pro Space Business Travel Professional & Press areas Pro Space Business Travel Discover The top spots on the Côte d’Azur Cities on the Côte d’Azur The villages of the Côte d’Azur The most beautiful natural sites Legendary routes on the Côte d’Azur Top events and festivals on the Côte d’Azur Eco tourism Prepare your stay on the Côte d’Azur! Things to do Art and culture Art Crafts & Traditions The Côte d’Azur, land of the cinema Flowers and perfumes Parks and gardens Gastronomy and wines Sport and performances Nature and Sensations activities Snow and Ski Activities Water Sports Family activities Relaxation and well-being Shopping Language Schools Going out Stays Accommodation Restaurants Pass Côte d’Azur France Practical information ©Worldelse Discover If you decided to amuse yourself by listing all the exceptional sites the Côte d’Azur jealously protects, it would take you a lifetime. Between the sea and mountains, wonder is everywhere – and all year round too! If you’re still not sure where to spend your next holiday, let the charms of the Côte d’Azur lure you. ©Guillaume Eymard – Côte d’Azur France The top spots on the Côte d’Azur Top spots, legendary routes that will take you to its most beautiful villages, or the cities that make it famous worldwide – be guided and surprised on the Côte d’Azur. Here is a selection of the top spots on the Côte d’Azur! ©Camille Moirenc – Côte d’Azur France Cities on the Côte d’Azur Few destinations bring together cities and villages that are legendary across the world in such a small area. Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Grasse, Saint-Tropez, Monaco, Menton and many others between the sea and the mountains create the uniqueness of the Côte d’Azur: a harmonious blend of culture, art and festivals in an exceptional natural setting. ©Pierre Béhar – Côte d’Azur France The villages of the Côte d’Azur Eze, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Gourdon, Saint-Martin-Vésubie, Tourrettes-sur-Loup, Fayence, Sainte-Agnès, Tende and many other villages make up the unique character of the Côte d’Azur between the sea and the mountains: a harmonious mixture of culture, art and festive pleasures in an exceptional natural setting. ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre The most beautiful natural sites From the sea to the mountains, you’ll love the most beautiful natural sites on the Côte d’Azur! Here, nature reigns supreme. From its unspoilt islands, jewels surrounded by the Mediterranean, to its headlands sprinkled with beaches and creeks, protected natural parks, gorges and the Mercantour lakes… The different natural landscapes are grandiose on the Côte d’Azur. Discover these natural sites and you will discover another Côte d’Azur in the heart of a protected natural heritage. ©Worldelse Legendary routes on the Côte d’Azur You’ve arrived on the Côte d’Azur. Perfect. And now, take to the road! Which one? Mimosa, Perfumes, Gardens, Cinema or Baroque. It’s up to you… Discover our selection of legendary routes on the Côte d’Azur! ©Camille Dufosse – Côte d’Azur France Top events and festivals on the Côte d’Azur Festivals and carnivals, fireworks, concerts and mega shows, magical places under the stars, major international sporting or artistic events, glamour, glitz and crazy atmospheres, passion for games and outings… Events are in the Côte d’Azur’s DNA. Discover the major events of the year on the Côte d’Azur. ©Isabelle Fabre Eco tourism Countryside breaks, ecotourism, responsible tourism, green tourism or even slow tourism: be overcome by sensation in the unique setting of the Côte d’Azur. Between the sea and the mountains, the diversity of natural sites on the Côte d’Azur will see you travel from the azure blue of the Mediterranean to the green of the Mercantour, offering you the chance to enjoy unforgettable experiences with family or friends. A natural immersion in the most beautiful natural parks, a meeting with cetaceans in the Pélagos sanctuary, a night in a refuge or in a cabin in the trees, a hike with or without a guide in the Mercantour to discover the wildlife, a meeting with local producers and artisans… A different view of the Côte d’Azur lies before you! Whether for your main holiday or for a micro-adventure, rediscover the Côte d’Azur through ecotourism. ©Benoit PAGE Prepare your stay on the Côte d’Azur! At the foot of its mountains plunging into the Mediterranean, the Côte d’Azur generously invents “localities” with an exotic touch. Pebbles in Nice and sand in Pampelonne, mimosa forests and exotic gardens, the Riviera stretches from Menton to Hyères revealing dream beaches, towns with seductive architecture, daring headlands and amazing summits over 3000 m high. The multitude of Côte d’Azur areas also invent themselves in the shade of the baous, in the perfumed freshness of its valleys and in its impressive gorges. Villages perched above the oak trees, Gardens of Eden that are the living witnesses of a past rich in diverse influences, rocky plateaus dedicated to seasonal migration: “localities” with an exotic touch encourage all kinds of journeys. Enhance your emotions, you’re on the Côte d’Azur France! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Things to do Land of emotions and sensations, the Côte d’Azur owes a lot of its success to the exceptional diversity of activities. Whether you love culture, nature, sport, food or shopping you’ll find a wide range of activities to enjoy on the Côte d’Azur. Alone, with family or friends, be inspired by the activities available on the Côte d’Azur! ©Aurelien Buttin Art and culture Land of inspiration for artists from all over the world, the Côte d’Azur offers an extraordinary cultural and artistic heritage that embraces every era. Satisfy your curiosity, discover museums with exceptional collections, travel through towns and villages to explore exceptional sites and monuments or learn about the intense love affair between the Côte d’Azur and the cinema. ©yann savalle blysart Art Crafts & Traditions Faithful to the traditions and creativity of the Côte d’Azur, the artists and artisans offer the full scope of their talents in its many towns and villages, the most well-known of which are Biot, Vallauris, Cagnes-sur-Mer, La Colle-sur-Loup, etc. Open the doors to their studios, discover the specialities and let yourself by won over by these artisans with a golden touch. Perfumers, master glassmakers, potters, ceramic artists… The Côte d’Azur celebrates arts and crafts! ©Palais des Festivals et des Congrés de Cannes – Hervé Fabre The Côte d’Azur, land of the cinema Silence! Action! The Côte d’Azur puts on a show… Every year, all over the world the spotlight is on the Cannes Film Festival, its famous red carpet and the procession of stars – but let’s not forget that the Côte d’Azur has enjoyed an intense love affair with cinema for over a century! From mythical film locations to top events – everything you need to know about the Côte d’Azur and the cinema. ©Aurelien Buttin Flowers and perfumes Grasse is the world capital of perfumery… and the Côte d’Azur is the land of perfumes. When you organize your stay or your holiday on the Côte d’Azur, don’t forget to plan a visit to Grasse to discover its perfumeries… and learn how to create your own perfume in an olfactory workshop! ©C.MOIRENC Parks and gardens The diversity of its landscapes and the mildness of the climate have made the Alpes-Maritimes a land of choice for gardens and gardeners alike. In the last century the English introduced exotic species making mosaics in which the world’s gardens are juxtaposed. From natural parks to exceptional gardens, discover one of the most dazzling faces of the Côte d’Azur. ©A-BUTTIN Gastronomy and wines The Côte d’Azur is known and loved for its culinary specialities. In the same way it inspired the great masters of painting, it is now a land of great chefs. Enter the world of flavours, southern produce between the sea and mountains. The mix of authenticity and creativity gives this sunshine cuisine real style. ©CRT Côte D’azur France Isabelle Fabre Sport and performances Live your passion to the full on the Côte d’Azur! Land of sport 365 days a year, every year the Côte d’Azur holds around forty high level sporting events. The range of sports is as varied as the diversity of its landscapes that stretch from the Mediterranean to the peaks of the Mercantour National Park. Whether you are a passionate sports and adventure enthusiast or a professional sportsperson, your stay on the Côte d’Azur will undoubtedly mean passion and performance! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Nature and Sensations activities A unique place for all lovers of outdoor activities and the great outdoors, the Côte d’Azur enjoys an exceptional natural environment set between the sea and the mountains – whatever the season. Hiking, trail, mountain biking, tree climbing, via ferrata, zip line, paragliding, canyoning, rafting, caving… there is something for everyone! With family or friends, fill up on sensations and nature on the Côte d’Azur! ©Côte d’Azur France – Isabelle Fabre Snow and Ski Activities Spirit of contrast, this is how the Alpes-Maritimes region can be described, with 3 international resorts (Auron, Isola 2000 and Valberg) and more than a dozen family resorts spread across the whole of the Côte d’Azur massif. Their “snow” and “sun” assets are guaranteed just an hour and a half’s drive from the coast! What makes the Côte d’Azur resorts so special is that, on a clear day, skiers can see the sea from four of our resorts: Isola 2000, Valberg, Gréolières-Les-Neiges and Turini Camp d’Argent! An exceptional level of sunshine: over 300 days! Downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe trekking, zip-lining… the choice is yours! ©Isabelle Fabre – Côte d’Azur France Water Sports A unique place for everyone that enjoys water activities, the Côte d’Azur boasts an exceptional natural environment with nearly 200 kilometres of coastline, six islands, exceptional sea beds and more than 300 days of sunshine per year. Hiking, diving, snorkelling, paddleboarding, sailing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, kayaking, jet-skiing, water skiing, parasailing, boat trips and even sea fishing… there’s something for everyone! With family or friends, whether you are a beginner or more experienced, fill up on sensations on the Côte d’Azur! ©iStock Family activities Between the sea and mountains, the Côte d’Azur offers a wide choice of leisure activities to share as a family! Enjoy some special moments on the Côte d’Azur whatever the season. Both young and old will enjoy the large range of cultural, sporting, fun or creative activities for every desire! Follow the guide… Here are our tips for discovering the Côte d’Azur with your family! ©Domaine du Mas de Pierre Relaxation and well-being We make you discover the most beautiful spas and spa hotels on the Côte d’Azur. You just have to make your choice and relax. Follow the guide. ©Aurélien Buttin Shopping With all its heritage and the infinite possibilities for cultural visits, the Côte d’Azur also offers great shopping in boutiques where special finds and new designs happily rub shoulders…. 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Depending on your tastes, your holiday style and your budget, you’ll find all the information you need to plan your stay on the Côte d’Azur. ©iStock Accommodation On the Côte d’Azur, there is a place to stay and an experience to fulfil your every desire. From a luxury hotel with a sea view to a charming bed and breakfast in the heart of a hilltop village, or a really unusual place to stay, you’ll find somewhere to suit you on the Côte d’Azur. ©Aurélien Buttin – Côte d’Azur France Restaurants The Côte d’Azur invites you to its restaurants! With over 3,500 restaurants, inns and bistros, the choice is vast and everyone will find somewhere tempting. There is no shortage of guides and advice available. We invite you to enter the world of flavours and produce from the south between the sea and mountains. 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Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more ContributionsTalk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1Gallerie 2See also 3References Toggle the table of contents Jardin botanique exotique de Menton 2 languages EspañolFrançais Edit links ArticleTalk English ReadEditView history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions ReadEditView history General What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationCite this pageGet shortened URLWikidata item Edit interlanguage linksExpand all Print/export Download as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons Coordinates: 43°47′05′′N 7°30′40′′E / 43.7847°N 7.5112°E / 43.7847; 7.5112 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Val Rahmeh Botanical GardenJardin botanique exotique de MentonA view of the garden in January 2007LocationMenton, FranceTypebotanical gardenMuséum national d’histoire naturelle network Muséum national d’histoire naturelle Jardin des Plantes Musée de l’Homme Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes Brunoy Ecology Research Centre Chèvreloup Arboretum Jardin botanique exotique de Menton Marinarium Concarneau Marine Biology Station Paris Zoological Park (Vincennes Zoo) Cleres Zoological Park Research and Education Centre on Coastal Systems Haute Touche Zoological Park Jaysinia Alpine Garden Abri Pataud Prehistoric Museum L’Harmas de Fabre The Jardin botanique exotique de Menton (11,000 m2), also known as the Jardin botanique exotique du Val Rahmeh, is a botanical garden located off Avenue St Jacques, Menton, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France. It is open daily except Tuesday; an admission fee is charged. The garden can be traced back to 1875 when the De Monléon family constructed the property. In 1905 Lord Percy Radcliffe, former governor of Malta, with his spouse Rahmeh acquired the property, adding adjacent farmland to form a garden. In 1957 Miss May Sherwood Campbell acquired the property and a second garden, now accessed by a bridge, and created a pond with water hyacinths, water lilies, and papyrus. In 1966 she donated her property to the nation, which transferred it to the Ministry of National Education. It then became a research center for Mediterranean flora managed by the National Museum of Natural History. The garden opened to the public in 1967. Today the garden contains some 1,500 taxa growing within a microclimate of high humidity where temperatures rarely fall below 5 °C (41 °F) in winter. It features Sophora toromiro (a species of small trees since disappeared from Easter Island), as well as exceptional olive trees (more than 400 years old) and collections of exotic plants including palm trees, chorisia, datura, and lotus, plus fine collections of citrus, olives, and palm trees. Rare species include Aloe marlothii, Araucaria columnaris, Castanospermum australe (Moreton Bay chestnut), Cnicothamnus lorentzi, and Ficus religiosa. A small rainforest area contains bamboo, gingers, philodendrons, tropical fruit trees, and a path through spices and herbs. The garden also contains an excellent Musa basjoo and a two Chorisia speciosa specimens. Gallerie[edit] The Victoria amazonica pond in the southernmost point of the garden. The entrance surrounded by heliconias and tree-ferns. See also[edit] List of botanical gardens in France References[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Jardin botanique du Val Rahmeh de Menton. 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They are nice but don’t offer as nice a view of the chateau as the other gardens. You can do a loop from the chateau through these gardens to the new town then down to the old town via the public gardens and back to the chateau. I recommend visiting the other public gardens that stretch from the Eglise Saint Leonard on top of the hill in new town down to the old town if you don’t have time for both. They have an excellent view of the chateau. If you have the time to visit, these gardens are nice too.Suggest edits to improve what we show.Improve this listingFull viewAll photos (43)Top ways to experience nearby attractions20222-Hour Guided Walking tour of the Mont Saint Michel 14Historical Toursfrom $28.25 per adult2022Normandy Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey Entrance Ticket479Religious Sitesfrom $12.43 per adult2022Walking Tour in the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel63Recommended93% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Ports of Call Toursfrom $16.95 per adult2022Outdoor escape game | The headquarters of Rennes13Recommended92% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Fun & Gamesfrom $16.95 per adult (price varies by group size)2022Sea trip to Saint-Malo Cultural boat trip11Recommended100% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Historical Toursfrom $51.99 per adult2022Day Trip to Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo from Rennes with driver-guide3Historical Toursfrom $1,446.62 per group (up to 6)20221 hour cruise to discover the bay of Saint-Malo3Full-day Toursfrom $44.08 per adult2022Private Tour to Mont-Saint-Michel From Paris3Historical Toursfrom $892.84 per adult (price varies by group size)2022Normandy Guided E-bike tour to Omaha Beach / private tour16Recommended100% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Historical Toursfrom $202.30 per adult (price varies by group size)2022Day trip with local driver to Mt Saint-Michel Cancale and Saint-Malo from Rennes3Historical Toursfrom $1,299.70 per group (up to 6)2022Unusual guided tour of Dinan immersed in the Middle Ages21Recommended100% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Historical Toursfrom $22.60 per adult2022Saint-Malo: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour & Commentary3Historical Toursfrom $208.52 per adult (price varies by group size)2022One day stroll in the small towns of character of Ile et Nilaine1Full-day Toursfrom $904.14 per group (up to 4)2022LIKELY TO SELL OUT*Normandy Battlefields D-Day Private Trip with VIP Services from Paris 17Recommended94% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Historical Toursfrom $847.63 per adult (price varies by group size)2022Airborne Museum Admission Ticket331Recommended97% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Museumsfrom $11.19 per adultThe area AddressRue de La Fourchette, 35300 Fougeres FranceReach out directlyVisit websiteFull viewBest nearbyRestaurants67 within 3 milesLa Broustal78237 ft$$ – $$$ • French • DinerCrêperie Tivabro6190.1 mi$$ – $$$ • French • Vegetarian FriendlyLe Farfadet Gourmand2840.3 mi$ • French • Vegetarian FriendlyLe Bistrot2170.2 mi$$ – $$$ • French • EuropeanGalon ar Breizh1850.3 mi$$$$ • French • EuropeanL’auberge du château147342 ft$$ – $$$ • French • EuropeanCreperie la Duchesse Anne4191 ft$$ – $$$ • FrenchBreizh Bowl260.2 mi$$ – $$$ • Fast Food • Contemporary • FusionLe Pekin42416 ft$ • Chinese • Asian • VietnameseCreperie Tante Suzette1450.2 mi$$ – $$$ • French • European • Vegetarian FriendlySee allAttractions21 within 6 milesChâteau de Fougères1,215185 ftCastlesLe Petit Train Touristique de Fougeres21241 ftScenic RailroadsEglise Saint Georges20.1 miChurches & CathedralsJardin Public3690.2 miGardensEglise Saint Leonard1310.2 miChurches & CathedralsOffice de Tourisme Destination Fougères400.2 miVisitor CentersLe Beffroi20.2 miArchitectural BuildingsMusée Emmanuel de la Villéon210.2 miSpeciality MuseumsThéâtre Victor-Hugo40.2 miTheatersEglise Saint Jean0.1 miChurches & CathedralsSee allContributeWrite a reviewUpload a photoReviewsQ&AFiltersEnglishDetailed ReviewsDetailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.4.084 reviewsExcellent28Very good47Average8Poor1Terrible0Rose NMontana Rose1,048 contributions1Park & Walkway outside the City WallsDec 2016 • CouplesWe walked thru this park, following the recommended walking tour around Fourgeres. This was a pretty little park/garden outside the walls of the city. Quiet, green, near the river, a few sculptures, nice place for a picnic…a bit better than your typical park. 3.5 stars.Read moreWritten January 11, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.danmatthews2016Portsmouth, UK19 contributions0DelightfullJul 2019 • FriendsLovely shaded areas along the river bank with a wide variety of insects away from the traffic.All in all well worth the visitRead moreWritten July 6, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.jbg74Saint Paul, MN1,052 contributions0Nice GardensOct 2017 • FriendsThese are some nice gardens on the side of the hill below the new town not too far from the chateau. They are nice but don’t offer as nice a view of the chateau as the other gardens. You can do a loop from the chateau through these gardens to the new town then down to the old town via the public gardens and back to the chateau. I recommend visiting the other public gardens that stretch from the Eglise Saint Leonard on top of the hill in new town down to the old town if you don’t have time for both. They have an excellent view of the chateau. If you have the time to visit, these gardens are nice too.Read moreWritten October 17, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.VicciMayMayfield, UK29 contributions1OkAug 2014 • FamilyNothing great nicer from the outside! Unusual shaped building which makes a really good backdrop for pictures from the Chateau.Read moreWritten August 30, 2014This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.ferdieyorkshireyorkshire39 contributions0GardensJul 2017 • CouplesLovely walk in the gardens to the main town , steep hill for the last bit of the walk, nice bars at the top as a reward Read moreWritten July 19, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.ToadsfeetTisbury, UK334 contributions0A lovely strollJun 2017 • FriendsThese gardens lend themselves to a quit qentle stroll on a hot summer’s day or evening. No hurry, no stress, just a quit amble with friends and family. What could be better?Read moreWritten June 24, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.NewburydesFougeres, France35 contributions0A nice quiet space to walk from the chateau to the top of the townOct 2016 • CouplesThis garden is a long narrow park along the Nançon, which is basically a stream or brook – not wide. You can walk along this park from the chateau to the top of the town (a bit of a steep climb up the footpath at the end to ascend into the town.There are some sculptures along the way, a play area for kids, and some nice shrubbery. It’s pleasant to stroll along as an alternative to the steepcobbled street that leads up to the town from the chateau.Read moreWritten January 17, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Philippe CMechelen, Belgium54 contributions0Public garden beneath the RempartsAug 2016 • FamilyGoing from the castle to the town center take the walkway through this public garden with a nice view on the Remparts. The garden has a little river going through and places to rest.Read moreWritten August 29, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Ace6of6ClubsCalgary, Canada126 contributions0Just a GardenAug 2015 • FamilyThere are some flowers, but as per European gardens, it’s mostly grass, bushes, and trees – which is fine with me, since I love greenery. We walked past the garden to reach the castle, and through it to get back to our car, and it was a pleasant walk. Wouldn’t have bothered if it wasn’t along the way. There’s a pond with a footbridge within sort of a gazebo, called L’Oeuvre a la Vie. Makes a nice photo if you pose on it, but isn’t overly exciting.Read moreWritten February 23, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Anne ENormandy, France35 contributions0Let off steam here.Jun 2015 • FamilyPerfect for seeing the castle from a different perspective. Small children’s playground at the lower part.Read moreWritten August 1, 2015This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.No questions have been asked about this experienceAsk a questionIs this your Tripadvisor listing?Own or manage this property? 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