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Jardin Des Plantes, Saint-Cyprien

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  • Enchanting, quiet and relaxing place, guest at the dream plants garden, offers trees and flowers, especially roses, rushes, a pond to the beautiful lilies and lovely squirrel dancing around quiet visitors who sit on the benches while admiring the magnificent peacocks.
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  • A beautiful park that will take you out of time, to the discovery of one lush littered with sculptures. After going through the bamboo forest you will encounter the peacocks and carps koi of the basin has the Japanese. A place to visit if you're in the area, especially that it is free. The only downside: the mosquitoes... But anything is worth!
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  • Very nice Park for children and adults and is free! Attention to the opening hours the Park is closed in the morning! Summer events are for young and old!
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  • . Weird opening hours - afternoons only, from 1.30 - but I guess that is partly a matter of staffing. They can't afford to pay the staff to supervise and open in the mornings because, you see, it is totally free. Yes, .all paid for from the local rates. The garden was set up at the end of the 19th century by a family who built the Villa des Capelláns. The name had been retained for the local suburb and the rugby ground. The town council took it on in 2003 and had been caring for it and developing it ever since. For the benefit of us all. Paths wind through the 5 hectares of lush planting, including a small lake (or large pond, depending how you look at it) and the famous giant bamboo patch. N.B. no dogs are allowed, not even guide dogs or little ones in your handbag. 😊 .
  • Excellent! Beautiful! A quiet, pleasant and relaxing place in a superb setting. Very friendly staff. A great way to spend an afternoon otherwise alone or in family
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  • Of beautiful trees from around the world, a relaxing, two-hour NAP away from the bamboo and a corner of freshness in the heat of the summer.
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  • Very nice place. Guided tour not to be missed (Valerie knows very well his passion).
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  • Very relaxing and well maintained. Beautiful peacocks, squirrels... A very nice walk with children
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