This amazing place is located in the city of Vézac in the Dordogne region (France), and is certainly one of the most visited sites in that area. These gardens are located on a cliff, consisting of some 150,000 trees and shrubs. We may also find a Gothic chapel and children’s areas.
The castle and garden were built in the seventeenth century by Bertrand Vernet, adviser to Louis XIV the Sun King, and two centuries later were acquired by Julien de Cervel, who first sent plant and carve boxwoods with these fantastic shapes.
After years of neglect, in 1996 the garden was restored and opened to the public. It is a place with a special charm, and a very romantic place we recommend visiting with your partner or family.