We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Gorgeous and well maintained. We walked by here and strolled in and around and we quite surprised how nice and pleasant it was. We were the only ones in there.
Highly recommend if you're tired and need some nature.
The ‘Jardin de la retraite’ is a small historic garden enclosed by the eastern part of the city walls and the only surviving tower, the 13th century ’Tour Névet’. After having been in the possession of the canons of the cathedral, the Catholic order of...More
We came across this little gem quite by chance as it’s neither mentioned in the Michelin Green Guide nor shown on its map! It’s well laid out and has a range of interesting plants, everything from ferns and hostas in the shady areas to Southern...More
Even in October, the garden was worth a visit. The many sculptures are so interesting and well-placed. I followed the suggested pathway through the garden and ended up on Rue Verdelet which led back to Rue Elie Ferron.
This is a busy, lovely little city. Lots of car traffic, shopping, eating, tourism. There is a great little garden near the cathedral. Old walls, an old tower, lots of nice plants. Very serene. Worth a visit.
First visited this garden in 2014 and we were delighted to return this year and find it was even better. Quimper is a true ville fleuri and many of the public areas are planted with interesting and vibrant combinations of flowers. This garden is more...More