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La Bambouseraie en Cevennes, Generargues
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One of Europe's oldest collections of bamboo resides at , a private botanical garden with 300 species of bamboo trees. The most important collection dates back to 1856. During your visit, you also can explore a variety of other Asiatic trees and shrubs, sequoia, gingko biloba, elaborate water canals, and a full replica of a Laotian village. Before you head to Anduze, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Anduze family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Anduze has to offer, including La Bambouseraie en Cevennes.
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Cadre magnifique et reposant. Les bornes audio donnent une information très intéressante. Le cadre est très propre. Nous avons été très agréablement surpris.Beautiful and relaxing setting. The audio terminals provide very interesting information. The framework is very clean. We were very pleasantly surprised.show original
Site remarquable à visiter seul ou en famille en ete , printemps ou automne. Calme, dépaysement, isolement. Attractions pour les enfants. Penser à réserver par avance l'été.Remarkable site to visit alone or with family in summer, spring or fall. Quiet, scenery, isolation. Attractions for children. Consider booking by early summer.show original
Une belle bambouseraie permettant de découvrir toute sorte de variétés de bambous dans des décors originaux, agréables et apaisants. Mentions spéciales pour le jardin japonais et le village asiatiqueA beautiful bamboo to discover all sorts of varieties of bamboo in original, pleasant and soothing sets. Special mentions for the Japanese garden and the Asian villageshow original
An utterly unique place in Europe. The multitude of bangs plants will left you amazed.
Hoang Thien TRUONG
Beautiful place with alot of different kind of bamboo, ginko and magnolia. There's also a japanese garden. The ambiance is very peaceful. I would definitely be there again.
I had been wanting to visit Le Bambouseraie for years, and we finally made it in 2007. This long-established Bamboo garden was a wonderful way for two gardeners to spend an Autumn day, and was a long day-trip for us from our base near Arles. The unexpected bonus was the steam locomotive ride which departs just down the road, running up the river valley, then returning to le Jardin a couple times per day. We really enjoyed the bamboo sculptures hanging and twisting throughout the garden, the uncrowded paths of Autumn, the brushing of bamboo leaves in the wind. We had sun broken with drizzle, which added to the drama in the garden.We had a lovely time. On our way home to Arles we came upon a wonderful restaurant/hotel housed in an old stream-side Mill, with trout in the stream. We were late, but were invited to join the guests by fireside, where they fed us well.
David MichelThe bambouseraie is a place exotic where the Orient meets the Occident.si based only on y forgotten time.show original
AmeliieExotic! A must-see!show original
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