Jardins de l'abbaye Saint-Andre, Villeneuve-les-Avignon
(3.9/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
French and Italian influences converge at Jardins de l'abbaye Saint-Andre, set of gardens in the Abbey of Saint Andrew. View classical stone arches, columns, walls, railings, planters, and benches in harmony with fruit trees, evergreens, shrubs, flowers, and other types of vegetation. At the base of the main terrace, you'll find a pergola with stone columns that creates a shaded corridor with roses, wisteria, and other flowers. Walk the property for an exceptional view of the surrounding landscape of dense greenery and ancient architecture. Use our Villeneuve-les-Avignon trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Jardins de l'abbaye Saint-Andre and other attractions in Villeneuve-les-Avignon.
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  • You can do the Bridge. he Bridge is beautiful. You can do the Palace of the Popes. The Palace of the Popes is beautiful. But until you have done the Jardins de l'abbaye Saint-Andre you have not comple...  more »
  • We did our photos of couples in these gardens and the record is splendid. the gardens are very well maintained and clean. I really liked the ride we did because the garden is full of places to the different atmosphere. One downside, the price of admission for photos of marriage, though it is not that expensive, it is much more expensive than the normal entrance. I understand the notion of image rights, but every time, it gives the impression to the couple that people take advantage of them.
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  • beautiful gardens, with interesting art dotted among the plants. Wear sensible shoes though, to navigate the cobblestones up to the Abbaye.