Jardin Georges Delaselle

An invitation to travel
Park and garden ,  Botanical gardens at Île-de-Batz

Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
Jardin Georges Delaselle©
  • Created in 1897 by the botanist Georges Delaselle, the gardens are an invitation to travel, and a change of scenery from the maritime landscape of the Isle of Batz.

    The Georges Delaselle gardens, just off the Brittany coast on the Isle of Batz, is an exotic place, and a nostalgic journey back into a colonial garden of the early 20th century. No less than 2000 species from various countries and continents (California, Australia, Chile, Africa etc.) sit side by side in this varied, lush green oasis. Created in 1897 by Georges Delaselle, a Paris businessman, the gardens, modelled over a period of 40 years by this enthusiastic collector of exotic plants, is an invitation to dream, favouring summer flowers that evoke distant horizons. Cordylines, New Zealand flax, a vast palm grove, and a cactus house with its universe of succulents. …Abandoned for over thirty years, a team of volunteers has brought this delightful garden back to life. Escapism guaranteed.
  • Environment
    • On an island
    • At the seaside
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Accepted customers
    • Individuals
    • Groups
Services
  • Services
    • Disabled facilities and reception
    • Boutique
Rates
Payment methods
  • Holiday cheques
  • Rates 2019
  • Standard rate - adult full price
  • Child rate
  • Reduce rate
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