Want to recharge your batteries? Come and discover la Bambouseraie in the Cevennes, a place where calm and nature reign. This magnificent park located in Anduze began its existence in 1856 thanks to Eugene Mazel, a great lover of horticulture and natural sciences.
It is now classified as a historical monument and is one of the 15 most beautiful gardens in France. This park will lead you through different countries thanks to the great diversity of plants present, which come from all over the world. You will discover Japan with the dragon valley designed by Eric Borja, the palm alley with no less than 160 palm trees, the village in the heart of Asia with a reconstitution of a Laotian house, the aquatic gardens, the period greenhouses of Mr. Mazel dating from 1850-60, the bamboo labyrinth, the Cévenole house located in the center of the park and many more. Your visit will be rich in learning thanks to the numerous explanatory terminals in writing or in audio which will allow you to learn more about the plants present all around you.
The park is accessible to all people with disabilities, whether it is a hearing, motor, visual or mental disability, the park has adapted so that everyone can enjoy it. A snack bar with free access is present on the premises, it will offer you the possibility to taste fresh and local products prepared on the spot. You will also be able to take advantage of the garden area to get precious advices from the gardeners of the Bamboo plantation as well as to bring back home a plant cultivated on the spot and in season. So, to enjoy a little moment of escape with family, friends or solo, don’t look any further, everything is here.