Romégas Gardens

The present parterre was laid out in front of the new façade. And then the property was largely abandoned with the two wars. From 1960 onwards new trees, such as cedars, were planted as part of an energetic restoration programme, and the property became a main residence in around 1980.
logo-vmfIt is a listed historical monument, and since 2000 its present owner, a direct descendant of the Mignet family, has opened the gardens to the public.

Awarded the « Remarkable Garden » label in 2011, the site is carefully maintained by Loïc and Jérôme Ducastel, faithful to its origins as a country house.
Trees are maintained for years by ” Chlorocime “.

During your visit:

. Fall under the spell of these magnificent gardens, and discover their unusual features… stroll along the tèse, imagine children coming to catch the birds …

.And you might have some surprise encounters!

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