Vannes Ramparts Garden
The Ramparts Garden is located along the river Marle. It is a public park with a surface area of 15,000 m² featuring beautifully landscaped Garenne gardens.
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Whether you are staying on a business trip, a weekend break or a holiday in an aparthotel in Vannes, make the most of your stay and visit a few little gems in this medieval city on the Gulf of Morbihan.
Overview of Vannes most emblematic sites
A medieval city that has preserved much of its history, Vannes offers many opportunities for cultural activities and sightseeing.
Visit the aquarium of Vannes and Saint-Pierre cathedral which is the longest in Brittany. Admire the half-timbered houses, most of which date from the 15th century. Walk along the cobbled streets of the old town or stroll along the banks and pontoons of the marina. Photograph the sculptures of Vannes and his wife dating from the 16th century, located on the corner of a house.
Visit Place des Lices where the Duke of Brittany used to organise tournaments and equestrian jousts or Place Henri IV, the beating heart of the city. Take a walk or stroll around the golf course and along the city walls to admire the famous gardens.
Jardin des Remparts in Vannes
The Jardin des Remparts in Vannes has been enhancing the city's fortifications since the early 1950s. No less than 30,000 flowers are planted here each year. A true haven of peace, whether you are alone or with your family, you'll enjoy strolling through this French-style garden stretching over almost 15,000 m2. Bordered to the south by Rue de la Porte-Poterne, the west by the ramparts of the old town and the east by Rue Francis-Decker and the Marle, this garden, which is the pride of the people of Vannes, is well worth a visit.