THE GARDENS OF VALLOIRES
The Abbey of Valloires is located 30 minutes from the Val de Trie campsite.
Visit the magnificent Jardins de Valloires and discover more than 5,000 species of old roses and rare shrubs. This walk along the valley’s relief is an invitation to an olfactory and visual journey thanks to the countless roses. A must-see visit all year round in the Baie de Somme, each season offers its own palette of colours and scents.
The gardens are open all year round and offer events such as Ladybird Day, Painters’ Day and the Pumpkin Festival.
And why not sign up for gardening and garden cooking classes?
On site, the Jardins de Valloires shop offers seeds and plants for collection, perennials, old roses, ladybird larvae but also local specialities: dandelion liqueur, salt meadow lamb pâté, rhubarb juice…
You can also eat at the restaurant “La Table du Jardinier”, where you will have the opportunity to taste a creative and modern cuisine based on flowers, plants and fruits.
THE RESTAURANT – LA TABLE DU JARDINIER
Bar, tea room, restaurant and takeaway
Reservations recommended on 03 22 23 71 13.
Restaurant space: 40 places and terrace 30 places.
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THE ABBEY OF VALLOIRES
A few kilometres from the Baie de Somme, discover a unique place.
The Cistercian abbey of Valloires was founded in Argoules in 1158. Destroyed over the centuries, it was rebuilt in the 17th and 18th centuries in a style that was in complete contradiction with Cistercian authority. Come and discover this jewel of art combining monastic simplicity with the exuberance of a Rococo universe: organ case, suspended angels, high altar, and salons with Rococo style woodwork will surprise you.
Today, it welcomes visitors to discover its history and architecture.
In one day, you can visit the abbey and the gardens, two exceptional sites.
More information for your visit: HERE