Nature and the outdoors are very important in Limousin. Be sure to visit our parks and gardens.
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Staged public garden overhanging the city. Pond, statue and standing walk of lime trees. Opened all year long in free access from 8 am till 8 pm.
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.
A “nature discovery trail” situated at an altitude of 500m. The garden extends across an area of 2ha and is planted with some 500 species from around the world. 800m marked trail and slide sho…
Gardens designed alongside a rural home from the XVII century (1860). An avenue of Yew trees leads to the Louis XV gate, which leads onto an interior courtyard. Topiary, ancient fountain, rose…
Girded by chestnut tree trellises, the raised flowerbeds of the Tour de Bridiers mediaeval garden is split into themed zones (medicinal plants, aromatic herbs, kitchen garden...) that do every…
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).
This 2.500 sq. metre garden is conveniently located between Collonges-la-Rouge and Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. Its creators, Mr and Mrs MIGNOT both have landscaping degrees.
Each season brings ne…
Located in the north east of the city, this 78-hectare area welcomes numerous joggers coming here to benefit from these “green lungs”. Each to their own undergrowth and path: it offers several…
A landscaped pleasure garden designed in a cameo of greys, greens and blues, the layout of which is inspired by poetry, aesthetics and history, with a focus on local perennial plants. Astonish…
A traditional garden of fruit and flowers, genuine and historic. Within the limits of this 15th century, rural lord's domain, the garden's organised around a central freshwater pool. Traced o…
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