The park of Lardy Castle (seventeenth century moat, bridge and door), having become the town hall's garden, is open to visitors on Sundays.
This large English park of 15 acres, on the banks of Juine River, offers a very pleasant promenade. You will be able to admire some remarkable trees, several centuries old: a Lebanon cedar, an Atlas cedar, a peduncle oak, a grand flora magnolia, a silver linden, and a linden alley opening a beautiful perspective from the castle's doorstep. Created in : XVIIIè siècle
Surface : 6 ha