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Parc de la Tour Duguesclin

Park and garden, Plant collection, English style, Arboretum in Grand-Fougeray
  • The Parc de la Tour is a beautiful arboretum, created in 1749 by Locquet de Granville, a Saint-Malo shipowner. It features some thirty species including several indigenous species as well as trees from America, such as Lawson’s Cypress, or from faraway lands that were not introduced to Europe until the 16th and 17th centuries. Plant and shrub clusters form hedges and copses with sycamore maple, lime, common elm and chestnut trees. Ducks, damselflies and robins can be spotted on and around ...
    The Parc de la Tour is a beautiful arboretum, created in 1749 by Locquet de Granville, a Saint-Malo shipowner. It features some thirty species including several indigenous species as well as trees from America, such as Lawson’s Cypress, or from faraway lands that were not introduced to Europe until the 16th and 17th centuries. Plant and shrub clusters form hedges and copses with sycamore maple, lime, common elm and chestnut trees. Ducks, damselflies and robins can be spotted on and around the little lake. By the Tour Duguesclin. Open all year round.
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    • Bar
    • Restaurant
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    • Play area
    • Toilets
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