The Gardens of Valmer Castle

  • distance: around 40km

The Chateau de Valmer is a Renaissance-era castle built from the 16th to the 18th century near the village of Chançay in the department of Indre-et-Loire.

The castle's formal French-style gardens, as well as its kitchen garden, plant conservatory, and heritage vegetables have been decreed a "Remarkable Garden" by the French Ministry of Culture in 2004.

Official Site of Valmer Castle

Blog of Valmer Castle

Article on Valmer Castle in Wikipedia

Free wine tasting and sale of Valmer
from 10am to 12am from Tuesday to Saturday all year

from 11am to 6pm the 1st week-end of June, from july the 1st to August the 31st and the 3rd week-end of September

Opening times for the gardens
11am to 6pm the 1st week-end of June, in July and August every day except Wednesday and the 3rd week-end of September

The gardens and wine cellars are open for groups all over the year on appointment.