Nature and the outdoors are very important in Limousin. Be sure to visit our parks and gardens.
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Les Jardins de Colette is a 5 ha cotemporary garden set near theChâteau de Caqtel Novel in the town of Varetz, wich was once home to the famous author Colette. A thematic park, wich evokes six…
The original tree, which was planted on 2 October 1889, split and fell down during a strong gust of wind in 2006. A 30-year-old oak tree was planted to replace it.
Park created by André Laurent in 1890 and designed around an ornamental lake and a remarkable rockery. Recent collection of rhodedendrums.
Accompanied by the owner, discover 8 intimate enclosures with different environments planted around a former 19th century forge. They’re linked by wet grasslands where local plant species and…
The Parc de l’Angle de Chamberet arboretum boasts a collection of 105 tree species in grounds extending across 10 hectares. Many broad-leaved trees and conifers typical of the region are found…
A profusion of wild plants, cottage garden flowers and rare brushes in "relative liberty"; thousands of colours and perfumes nestling amongst grazed hills. A picnic on the side of a hiking tra…
The Evêché gardens spread over 5 hectares at the heart of the “Cité” quarter. The six terraces that compose them have been built on the slope of Puy Saint Etienne during the construction of a…
These landscaped gardens encompass a mosaic of different habitats (peat bog, man-made lake, dry and wet zones) displaying a wide diversity of flora and fauna. As you explore the arboretum you…
The quarter of the Vienne banks, at the foot of the cathedral, is a singular place. Settled by the “Ponticauds” (people of the bridges) of a rich social history, the river is crossed by two re…
19C landscaped park with beautiful Sequoia and Douglas firs. Attractive small waterfalls behind the château and an orchard with old varieties of apple tree (labelled).
Limousin Tourism Board
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