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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 garden of the Impressionists museum of Giverny, designed by the Reichen and ...
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A perfect mixture of botany and beauty, Le Vasterival occupies an entire valley ...
In this cliff-top garden, poised between sky and sea, the air is sweet with ...
The Emmanuel Liais Park with a surface area of one hectare, its garden boasts a ...
In the grounds of the furnished and inhabited 18th century chateau (guided tour ...
A magnificent avenue of plane trees and limes, over a kilometre long, leads to ...
In 1930 the poet Jacques Prévert fell in love with La Hague. The garden was ...
Two magnificent gardens. The first is a series of “rooms”: pools, gardens ...
One of the oldest gardens in Normandy, created during the Second Empire between ...
Close to the centre of Coutances, visitors to the horticultural college may ...
Behind a house dating from the 13th and 18th centuries, this is a garden of ...
This 17-acre park is an hymn to nature and to sculpture. Jean-Marc de Pas, ...
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