Garden of the Cordeliers
Like a green lung in the heart of the city, this garden created centuries ago by monks has now been reinvented by gardeners, artists and botanists...
The design of the Cordeliers garden is traversed thanks to the paths lined with boxwood separating four squares dedicated to the relationship between men and plants: the garden of uses evokes the companionship between plants, humans and gods, the Mediterranean garden tells the slow work of domestication of plants with in particular a wild rose garden and a collection of lavender, the artist Jean Daviot dedicates a garden of words...to Maria Borrely, writer who gave her name to the colleague who surrounds the garden. The garden will also contain the rose called Alexandra David-Neel, a reminder that plants also travel...
These places await you to read, have lunch or stroll.
COVID 19 special provisions
We are attentive to health developments and compliance with the health rules in force. We are committed to an approach that respects the recommendations made by the various competent authorities. Do not hesitate to contact us to know them.
Labels & accessibility
- Lavender Routes
- Haute Provence members
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
- Duration of individual visit: 30 minutes (on average)
- Unguided individual tours permanently
- Unguided group tours permanently
- Guided group tours on request
Comfort / services
- Pet Friendly
- Parking nearby
- Theme visit
- Free visits
- Guided tours
- Educational visits
Activities on site
Complementary animal welcome: Kept on a leash and supervised.
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Hours vary according to work periods.
Timetables available at the entrance to the garden and on the Tourist Office website.