Designed as an extension of the castle, the gardens "à la française" are embellished with a basin and parterres framed by boxwood and decorated with female figures representing the seasons. One hundred and fifty year old umbrella pines bring a dissymmetrical note to the regularity of the ensemble and recall the memory of the "English-style" park designed in the 19th century. A few meters from a sumptuous water buffet, a small aqueduct is lost in the bushes. This castle in its park is a perfect illustration of the follies of the eighteenth century.
My castle is visitable
- January 1st to May 31st and from October 1st to December 31st, public holidays and afternoons on Saturdays and Sundays
- June 1st to September 30th, every afternoon; for Saturdays, preferably inquire by phone.
On RV, the other days.