Villandry was bought in 1532 by Jean Baptiste le Breton, Francis I’s minister at that time.
He ordered the construction of the palace and the splendid gardens which are today considered as the most beautiful royal gardens in France.
The gardens are the most prestigious gardens of the Loire Valley and France.
The Renaissance gardens on the terrace match wonderfully with the beauty of the tuffeau facades of the castle.
Villandry displays an innovative spirit with Gothic and Italian gardens that go beyond the decorative exhibition of plant species.
Our team has made this paradise an unmissable stopover.