D-Day and the Battle of Normandy
William the Conqueror
Beaches in Normandy
Out of the ordinary
Hôtels de Charme in Normandy
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.
Map & Brochure
Thanks to its varied microclimates some stunning gardens have been created.
> Dowload the map for Parks and Gardens
> Dowload the guide to Parks and Gardens
Normandy’s very own Garden of Eden
Parks and gardens
Look round the park of the Chateau of Carneville (a listed monument) with its 2 ...
Find out more
This wooded 8 ha (19 acre) park dates from 1840, and is laid out both in French ...
The Château de Boutemont (XIIth, XVth, XVIth and XVIIIth centuries) is a grade ...
A garden around a XVIIth century farm. A number of garden areas are spread over ...
Run by a local charity helping the parents of disabled children, this 20 acre ...
Two magnificent gardens. The first is a series of “rooms”: pools, gardens ...
Lying between cliff-top and forest, this historic formal park basks in the ...
The acclimatisation garden is located within the walls of old Iazaret, ...
In the bottom of a valley crossed by the river Laize, a large (listed) ...
CREULLY SUR SEULLES
A sumptuous architectural ensemble. Brécy lies between Caen and Bayeux. How ...
The Jardins de la Mansonière are perched on one of the hills overlooking the ...
The park of the Grande Mademoiselle (cousin of Louis XIV) is the fine setting ...
Need some inspiration?