Botanical Gardens in Provence (11)
Les jardins du Pavillon de Galon
Visit and enjoy these beautiful gardens and have been labelled "Remarkable Garden" by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
Jardin de la Louve
A truly magnificent garden with different terraces that present a subtle yet complex range of colours, in harmony with the surrounding landscape.
Le Jardin Conservatoire des Plantes Tinctoriales
Learn all about tinctorial plants, from which dyes are extracted, in this unique garden with an exceptional collection of 250 species of colourful plants.
For a perfect family day out visit this model railway and park, and discover a realistic scene of everyday life in Provence.
le Jardin du château de Val Joanis
The garden of Chateau Val Joanis is modelled on the gardens of the 17th century and has been labelled "Remarkable Garden" since 2005.
Jardins du Château de Brantes
This "Remarkable Garden", in the grounds of the castle of Brantes, was designed and planted in 1959 by the Danish landscape architect Mogens Tvede. It boasts the largest magnolia grandiflora bicentennial in Europe.
Situated on the foothills of Mont Ventoux, AROMA'PLANTES is a family-run organic farm, specialising in the production of aromatic and medicinal plants. Visits, walks and workshops around lavender are organised.
Le Jardin Conservatoire du Domaine de l'Oiselet
Rose and Claude Combe and the team open the door to their old vegetable garden and conservatory of forgotten fruits and aromatic plants. They have a shop offering produce from the farm.
This fantastic garden transports you instantly to exotic locations! Set in 12 hectares, the garden boasts a water garden, a bamboo forest, a Chinese palm tree path, a Japanese garden and a labyrinth.
Explore Epicurium with family and friends, and learn all there is to know about vegetables, from the seed to the table!