The Gardens of Valmer flourish on an exceptional set of Italian style terraces.
The elegance of the Renaissance architecture matches perfectly with the beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
Valmer was unfortunately destroyed by the flames in 1948.
The park, however, is as beautiful as in the 18th century.
It is necessary to get lost in the park of 80 hectares, between the oaks and the wild cherry trees, before discovering the magnificent vegetable garden where there are more than 1000 varieties of plants!
The gardens of Valmer combine grandiosity and intimacy.
Columns, staircases and water jets follow one another creating spaces with varied atmospheres.
The troglodyte chapel is also worth the trip.
Discover also its vineyard located in the heart of the Vouvray appellation, where the grapes are grown and processed.