This genuine plant museum, located in the heart of the town, offers several thousand species, some of them rare. Plant collection, typical Lower Normandy...Read more
A 17 hectare park with a rose garden including over 15,000 roses for some 570 species dating from the Middle Ages to the present day. Yew and boxwood maze,...Read more
Located near to the Normandy Museum. Medicinal plants.
Gardens with outsider art sculptures. A place filled with charm and creativity, this open-air museum is based on the association of art and nature. Original...Read more
Formal garden opened in September 1992 and offering 5 hectares of walking routes, inspired by Le Nôtre and now a listed Historic Monument. Formal flower...Read more
Part of the former seminary, the building is the property of the Bishopric of Bayeux-Lisieux.
A truly original park awaits you within the grounds of the Luc-sur-Mer town council.
Over and above a traditional children’s play area, a...Read more
The botanic garden in Bayeux is a 2.6 hectare landscaped park created in 1859 by the Bülher brothers. Among its 400 trees, the most spectacular is a ‘weeping...Read more
Listed as a ‘remarkable’ garden with over 2,000 plant varieties for the visitor to admire and even to purchase in the adjacent market garden. Created 15...Read more
The gardens of the Château de Brécy: terraced gardens, surrounded with stone balustrades and statues, an exceptional (striking due to its height and decoration)...Read more