Gardens Of Val Joanis Castle : Val Joanis Castle is occupying the site of an ancient Roman villa, surrounded by 400 hectares of nature. Consisting of olive trees, vineyards and pine forest, the landscape is atypical for the Luberon.
Landscape architect Tobie Loup de Viane designs the garden as it might have existed in the 18th century.
Our garden is organized on three terraces. The first one allies kitchen garden, orchard and aromatic herbs. On the second terrace, large rectangles are planted with roses and iris. The third terrace is freely mixing fruit and ornamental trees. The tunnel finally, a passage for ostriches in the 19th century, acts as a passageway between the terraces.
In 2005, our garden has been classified ”Remarkable Garden” by the Ministery for Culture. Created in : 1978
Surface : 1 hectare