Even if you loathe botanical gardens, and even if you only visit one in Menton, we beg you to come here. Menton’s microclimate has reared a leafy wonderland within its protective walls. Fragrant paths weave past giant Amazon water lillies, Buddha’s Hand citruses from Thailand, and flowering toromiro trees from Easter Island. The scene is most magical within the black bamboo plantation, where sunlight dapples a babbling brook. Menton’s other botanical gardens include Serre de la Madone. They were designed and owned by American heir Lawrence Johnston, whose family made their fortune in the Klondike gold rush.
Jardin Val Rahmeh
Route St Jacques
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Apr–Sept Wed–Mon 9:30am–12:30pm and 2–6pm; Oct–Mar Wed–Mon 9:30am–12:30pm and 2–5pm Phone 04-93-35-86-72 Prices Admission 7€ adults; 5€ for children 16 and under Web site Jardin Val Rahmeh
MapRoute St Jacques Menton
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