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Eyrignac Manor Gardens Independent Tour in Salignac

Eyrignac Manor Gardens Independent Tour in Salignac - Salignac-Eyvigues, France

Duration: 1 hour 18 minutes
Location: Salignac-Eyvigues, France

From USD
$14.41

In the heart of the "Périgord Noir", very close to Sarlat, discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. A unique example of Topiary Art in France with new worlds, more and more colourful: visit the 7 gardens as you wish and make the most of the 500-acre-forestry estate through a walk out in the country.

Visit: Les Jardins du Manoir d’Eyrignac, Eyrignac, 24590 Salignac-Eyvigues France

Make your own way to the Eyrignac Manor Gardens, located between Lascaux and Sarlat in the heart of the Salignac and Perigord Black (Perigord Noir) region of France's Dordogne.

On arrival, show your ticket and head into the gardens: one of the best showcases of topiary in Europe, and classed as one of the 'Plus Beaux Jardins de France’ – the most beautiful gardens in France.

Admire the honey-hued façade of the 17th-century manor house and amble around the 24-acre (10-hectare) gardens at leisure as you learn about their history and themes via the audio guide.

Soak in the delicate montage and the kaleidoscope of greens presented by the sculpted box, yew, hornbeam, cypress, and ivy hedges and trees.

Begun in the 18th century and inspired by the popular Italian gardens of the time, the gardens are divided into seven areas, including the Box Labyrinth, Plant Sculptures, the Manor and French Garden, Capucine’s Gardens, and the White Garden and Flower Meadow ... More info ›

In the heart of the "Périgord Noir", very close to Sarlat, discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. A unique example of Topiary Art in France with new worlds, more and more colourful: visit the 7 gardens as you wish and make the most of the 500-acre-forestry estate through a walk out in the country.

Visit: Les Jardins du Manoir d’Eyrignac, Eyrignac, 24590 Salignac-Eyvigues France

Make your own way to the Eyrignac Manor Gardens, located between Lascaux and Sarlat in the heart of the Salignac and Perigord Black (Perigord Noir) region of France's Dordogne.

On arrival, show your ticket and head into the gardens: one of the best showcases of topiary in Europe, and classed as one of the 'Plus Beaux Jardins de France’ – the most beautiful gardens in France.

Admire the honey-hued façade of the 17th-century manor house and amble around the 24-acre (10-hectare) gardens at leisure as you learn about their history and themes via the audio guide.

Soak in the delicate montage and the kaleidoscope of greens presented by the sculpted box, yew, hornbeam, cypress, and ivy hedges and trees.

Begun in the 18th century and inspired by the popular Italian gardens of the time, the gardens are divided into seven areas, including the Box Labyrinth, Plant Sculptures, the Manor and French Garden, Capucine’s Gardens, and the White Garden and Flower Meadow. Don’t miss the Kitchen Garden; the White Garden with its box hedges planted with white roses; and the many flowers and fruits growing together in the new Garden of Water Sources (Jardin des Sources).

As you walk, drink in the wonderful intimacy of this private garden, which has been owned by the same family for over 22 generations, and who still take pride and care in maintaining the estate’s 500-year heritage.

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