Parc Oriental de Maulévrier
Place de la Mairie, 49360 Maulevrier, France
About Parc Oriental de Maulévrier
The Parc Oriental de Maulévrier is the largest Japanese garden in France. It houses about 300 plant species and has a permanent exhibition of bonsai and ceramics.
Attractions near Parc Oriental de Maulévrier
Puy du Fou is one of the most popular historical theme parks in France. The park is divided into 26 main shows, each performing for 30 to 40 minutes or more. The key performance takes place on a large outdoor stage behind the abandoned castle in the evening. It tells the story of the area's 700-year history.
The château is one of the largest mediaeval monuments in France and is set over three hectares with an outer wall of 700 m and 18 towers.
The Bioparc Zoo is one of the notable zoos in france situated in the town of Doue-la Fontaine. The zoo is designed in 14 hecters of land compised of 1000 animals as members.
Home of Duke of Brissac, Château de Brissac is the tallest castle located in historic valley Loire, France. The original castle was built in the 11th century. The Duke of Brissac later took ownership of the original medieval castle and decided to demolish the building and replace it with a new castle in the 15th century. The chateau is also open for visits and the annual Val de Loire festival is celebrated in its lavish gilded theatre.
Château de Serrant is well known for its architectural beauty. The castle is the private residence of the Prince of Merode. Its interior is luxuriously decorated with antiques and paintings.
Château d'Angers is a castle converted into a museum that houses the world's oldest and largest collection of medieval tapestries. This beautiful historical monument is located in the city of Angers. It houses the world-famous collection of Tapestries of the Apocalypse.
Where is Parc Oriental de Maulévrier
Discover more attractions in Pays de la Loire, where Parc Oriental de Maulévrier is located
Pays de la Loire is one of the 18 regions of France, in the west of the mainland. The region is more diverse, and has a long coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, forming the northern part of the Bay of Biscay, within the area known as the Vendée.