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Inspired by the poetic atmosphere of the medieval labyrinths, several intimate gardens with evocative names invite to discover plants with senses awaked : Garden of Touch, Garden of Smell, Cloister of medicinal plants, Alpine Meadow... 1,300...more
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We spent just under an hour here and it was a lovely way of making the most of our time in Yvoire. We enjoyed feeling the different textures of the plants and smelling the herbs (coca-cola was very surprising!)
We visit Yvoire in June which is a beautiful small village and definitely worth a visit. We paid a visit to these gardens which was €12 euro each (myself and my wife). After the visit, I think this was expensive. It is of medium interest...More
Went to Yvoire for this garden and wasn't disappointed - spent a pleasant hour or so visiting the different gardens - went for lunch and then came back to rest. Lots of plants and is quiet with plenty of birdsong - if that aint your...More
There are 8 separate gardens ... and well worth the 12€ adult entry fee. In addition to the five senses, there are alpine meadow, woodlands and medicinal gardens. Great for families too.... quiz available for children.
We have visited Yvoire on numerous occasions over the past five years but today was first time we have been able to access the gardens. Well worth the wait. Compact but it is what it claims to be, a sensory garden. The shop is well...More
the goal of this garden is not only to show you flowers, it is to let you smell , touch, taste nature. The garden change along the year through the season so it is well worth it to get the annual pas if you live...More
We visited here with family members of all ages. All got immersed in the Garden's wonders - colors, tastes, smells, textures and traditional uses. The garden is packed with interesting plant species, well beyond its perceived size. The adventure-like activity the kids were given upon...More
I remember coming to this garden over ten years ago and at that time already finding it fascinating with its separate little themed gardens. I have returned several times since and just a few weeks ago for our most recent visit.
The garden is a...More