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In Normandy, water, light, colours and gentle landscapes – along with the diversity of cultural riches – blend perfectly with the art of gardening. The results are a delight.
Below you will find all of Normandy’s parks and gardens.
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Thanks to its varied microclimates some stunning gardens have been created.
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Normandy’s very own Garden of Eden
Parks and gardens
The Château de Galleville was built in 1678 for M.Roque de Varangeville, one ...
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This garden, recipient of the French Horticultural Society Bonpland prize in ...
Classified as "Historic Monument" since 1947, this english-style garden created ...
One of the oldest gardens in Normandy, created during the Second Empire between ...
On a splendid site overlooking the Ango plateau, the French national hydrangea ...
10 km away from Rouen in the Seine Valley, the Abbey Saint-Georges was built ...
The Château de Boutemont (XIIth, XVth, XVIth and XVIIIth centuries) is a grade ...
Between Portbail and Carteret, 3 miles from the coast, the garden that Jérôme ...
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A sumptuous architectural ensemble. Brécy lies between Caen and Bayeux. How ...
Run by a local charity helping the parents of disabled children, this 20 acre ...
Open since 1872, the botanical garden in the rue Montebello was started by the ...
9 ha (21 acre) private garden in the heart of a listed village, with two themes ...
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