17 Avenue de la Gare
Tel: 04 67 46 15 98
This Garden is open to visit by appointment.
This small garden nestled in the center of a wine-growing village was created in 2001 on derelict land with large trees. Its clay-limestone soil is of course very heavy, but by dint of perseverance, its owners have managed to grow on the 900 m2 of the land a collection of roses (especially chinensis), shade plants and a small vegetable garden. . The lowest temperature recorded in 2017 was -4 ° C.
Map coordinates: 43.501250, 3.709703
From the A9, take exit 33, then the D613, then the D119. Finally take the direction of the place de la poste de Gigean, and the property is 50 m downhill to the left at number 17.