The vast gardens have been conceived and realised by the great landscape architect Edouard André under the ‘jardin à la française’ rules. Forming broad esplanades, it surrounds the castle and enhances the general architecture as well as assuring the harmony with the surrounding landscapes.
The Gardens on the side of the bowling green
The avenue of Levant is to be distinguished. Created by the marquis of la Lorie during the 18 th century, it traces a long never ending perspective. Its bowling green, its large sunset flowerbeds and its topiary bordered esplanades can still be nowadays admired. The marquis of Saint Genys later created the pond, the terraces flowerbeds fronting the dining room as well as the parterres preceding the main courtyard which once were only meadows embellished with ponds.
West garden of the chateau
Another sight of the gardens
Sight from the bedrooms
Statue of Baccante and her fauna