Jardin botanique Alpin de la Jaysinia, Samoens
(4.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Its locale on a slope 800 m (2,624.7 ft) above sea level gives Jardin botanique Alpin de la Jaysinia exposure to the right conditions to produce over 4,500 different alpine flowers. On the garden grounds, you'll find the ruins of a 12th-century castle, a chapel, fountains, and cascades. You'll enjoy free admission to the garden because it was a gift to the village below from one of its natives. Make Jardin botanique Alpin de la Jaysinia part of your personalized Samoens itinerary using our Samoens family vacation planner.
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Reviews
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  • Easily missed as its a small entrance in the middle of the village behind the bakery. You climb and climb through an amazing number of plants into a surprisingly big area. Nice views across the valley...  more »
  • Even in October the gardens are beautiful. Free to enter and wander around the steep slopes and meandering pathways with views across the valley. Copious bird life and we even spotted a black squirrel...  more »
  • Lovely gardens in the middle of Samoens. Great views from the top. Free entry and open morning and afternoon. 
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  • A hidden gem. Great little trek through the gardens and a treat at the top overlooking the town.
  • Beautiful sometimes shady and sunny garden. The main road is tarred; practice with the stroller. There are also other paths between the cascades and plants for budding adventurers. Cool water waiting for the brave at the top with a breathtaking view of the Valley.
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  • Beautiful place. This time this fall, but already seen also in the spring and summer, every time a treat for the senses.
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