Lovely gardens! Well worth the entrance fee! Really enjoyed wandering around the gardens looking at the wonderful variety of trees, shrubs and flowers.
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We visited here despite not really being gardeners. We thoroughly enjoyed the gardens and the many plants, as well as the views of the castle and the lake. A very peaceful place to spend and hour or so. We particularly liked the perfumed area which...More
12 Euros for a little garden with a few flowers and plants which can be seen in 40 minutes in all? Sorry but this is a touristic scam! If entrance fee was 5 Euros ok. But 12 Euros for that is authorized theft! Just because...More
Sorry, but i think you haven't understand what this garden is not a place too see flowers. You received a map with all explanation isn't it ? Explore textures on the garden of touch, smell leaves (pineapple smell, coca cola smell, chewing-gum smell...) and flowers...More
If you are in Yvoire and appreciate nice flowers, flavours and more the “Garden of the 5 senses” is a must for you. My wife, at the beginning, was not so interested in entering, but I simply bought us three tickets and off we went....More
This was the highlight of Yvoire for us. The gardens are split up into sections for smell, taste, colour etc and were restored/created in the 1980's. The backdrop of the chateau is beautiful.
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We visited on a beautiful day in April 2017. The entrance cost was €12 per adult which was a little expensive as there was not much to see (maybe the time of year didn't help as I imagine it is much more impressive in the...More
This is so much fun for everyone especially if you are a plant lover. Even the most amateur garderner can enjoy this and we never seem to leave without buying something. It gets busy be carefull the summer cna be a night mare but the...More
When you are in this beautiful town you must visit these gardens. It's quite interactive, you can learn about plants and also touch and smell, which I found lots of fun. I have an ecology degree, so I was also impressed with their collection.
The garden is divided into 9 themed areas. If you have an interest in plants you will find the planting very instructive. For example, one area contains examples of many medicinal plants and the conditions they are used to treat. Another is a sensory garden...More