The Somme Department can also be discovered by its magnificent parks and gardens : Abbeys' gardens, Castels' parks and gardens, water gardens, public gardens...
The Hortillonnages form a patchwork of 300 hectares (1.6 square miles) of market and floral gardens in the heart of Amiens.
A romantic park, the green setting of the castle, planted with ancient trees from Europe, America and Asia.
Discover this beautiful garden lovely maintained by its owners, Bruno and Lidwine.
One of France's most beautiful Romantic cemeteries. Old funeral monuments (including Jules Verne's tomb) and ancient trees.
Next to the cathedral, between the district Saint-Leu and the Hortillonnages, Parc Saint-Pierre, public park offers a nice space of walks and games close to the city center.
A 2-ha landscape park, at the heart of Abbeville.
Surrounding a 17th and 18th century château (listed building), old style 15 ha landscape garden with hydraulic medieval network made up of lakes and ornemental ponds set in the mazy countryside of the Haute-Somme.
The incomparable Jardins de Valloires lie beneath a majestic Cistercian abbey at the heart of the Authie Valley.
The Herbarium des Remparts of Saint-Valery-sur-Somme is the garden of Nicole Quillot who has a passion for botany.
Around the 18th-century brick and stone chateau are 10 hectares of English-style gardens, a park and a vegetable garden all embellished with pools, fountains and gazebos.
Discover the Jardins de Ly in Sénarpont, a Japanese-style garden where a succession of areas covers 12,000 m2.
The property itself dates back to the mid-16th to mid 19th centuries. The classical 3 ha park surrounds the little brick and sotne château which adjoins a 16th century chapel.
An English-style, 4-hectare park surrounding the 18th-century stone castle (Historic Building)
Formal little garden with boxwood embroideries created around a "brick and stone" house next to the listed Château de Ribeaucourt.