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I loved the smells of lavender and other plants and the view at the top but don't expect a typical parc like in other cities.
I thought with the name "Parc St Bernard" there would be open spaces and parts with grass and winding lanes...More
We went on a very hot day and so walking past the sprinklers was refreshing! The flowers here are so beautiful hadn't see a lot of them before. There are a lot of benches around to look over hyeres and some great viewing spots. Would...More
The Parc st Bernard is really worth a visit in spring. The most fabulous plants and flowers. However it is on a hill so to not be afraid of steps! Well recommended is to park at the Villa Noilles at the top of the hill,...More
We stopped here unaware of what was here and we were nicely surprised at what we found. It's a great location with wonderful gardens on different level that has a great views of the city and coast. It's has a small hedge maze for the...More
This smallish public garden is a mini-adventure because it is terraced, with steps at every turn. The wide range of plants make it feel like a proper botanical garden, but it seems made for lingering, with lovely views over the town's medieval roofscape and beyond...More
Just visited this park a week ago. It was lovely. Quite a hike up hill to get there but well worth the walk. The gallery was closed but I didn't mind because the gardens are so beautiful what more do you need. The whole family...More
The Parc is kind of nice, and the historic 'villa' (now a museum) above it, but the best part is walking up the hill through the old town and going further than the park, to the top of the hill and to the ruins of...More