Sadi Carnot Street
Laid out at the start of the XNUMXth century, this landscaped park heralds the advent of molded concrete in the art of gardens. To see: its vast central lawn, the concrete steps and bridge imitating wood, rock gardens and artificial caves from which the water flows.
The park enclosed by walls and gates includes a large central lawn dominated by the castle. At the corner, on the eastern side of the terrace, a rockery forms an artificial cave from which emerges a basin spanned by a concrete bridge imitating wood. This rockery is found on the north slope of the castle where concrete steps imitating wood provide access to a small reconstructed cave where water flows.
Individual visit services
- Unguided individual tours permanently
Group visits services
- Unguided group tours permanently
- Parking nearby