The terraces that lay on the hillside above the village made it possible to cultivate vegetables, vines and fruit from the time of their creation in the second half of the 18th century. Their spectacular dry-stone retaining walls sometimes reach 6 m high. A monumental stone snail dominates the whole. The garden shelters a vegetable garden, an orchard of white fruits, a conservatory vine and trellises in the style of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Two cedars from Lebanon planted around 1828 spread their antlers over the terraces.
Parking, toilets, box office, shop.
Eco armoury with parental propulsion, knowledge terrace with educational apiary, reading area.
Catering during events or for groups on reservation.
Ticketing stop 1 hour before closing time.
- To discover
From 15 April to 30 June and from 1 September to 15 October: Wednesday to Sunday from 2.30 pm to 6 pm.
July-August: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30am to 7pm.
Open on public holidays except May 1st and July 14th.
Visits from 15 April to 15 October:
Free visit: every opening day
Guided visit: Saturday and Sunday at 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm.
- Visit without guide: 5 €/pers. (adults and >= 12 years old)
- Guided tour: 7 €/pers. (adults and >= 12 years old)
- Visit of 2 gardens : 12 €/adult - 6 €/child 12-18 years old
- (Silière + one of the 2 hanging gardens or both hanging gardens)
- Free for children under 12 years of age