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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 park of the Grande Mademoiselle (cousin of Louis XIV) is the fine setting ...
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A romantic park (1805) with some remarkable trees, redesigned in 1989 with the ...
Extensive remains one of the thousand-or-so 12th and 13th century monastic ...
The Jardins de la Mansonière are perched on one of the hills overlooking the ...
This is an original place in the heart of a typical Norman village. The Potager ...
The Japanese and deciduous azaleas, magnolias, rhododendrons, dogwoods and fine ...
Created around the château by an English landscape gardener in 1830, this ...
The park and gardens of the Chateau of Fontaine-la-Soret are divided into three ...
Situated at the foot of the Roule mountain, the public garden created in 1887 ...
Between Portbail and Carteret, 3 miles from the coast, the garden that Jérôme ...
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Created by Gilbert Anquétil, a passionate nurseryman and landscape gardener ...
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