PROMENADE DE BLOSSAC A LUSIGNAN

 
Place du Bail - 86600 LUSIGNAN
 +33 5 49 43 31 48
 
 
 
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Animals accepted
Disabled access
Car park
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French public garden built in the 18th century by the Count of Blossac, steward of Poitou, on the site of the Lusignan feudal castle which was dismantled in 1574.
It extends over a rocky promontory overlooking the valley of the river Vonne, and offers an exceptional view of the valley, the viaduct of the nineteenth century and the Grand Park Forest.
One can also discover a contemporary sculpture representing Geoffroy la Grand'Dent, a son of Mélusine.
A path uncovered grass allows access below the remains of the fortress.
This garden is located on the route of the roads of St Jacques de Compostela.
Heritage information panels installed on the site provide information on the historical characteristics of this remarkable site.
Games for children.
Accessible to dogs only on a leash.
Summer animations (medieval festival, flea market ...)
Guided tours by reservation and as part of the visits to the historic site.

Free and free access, duration approximately 20 min
 
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Onsite facilities

· Car park
· Picnic tables
· Playground

 
Contact

Place du Bail
86600 LUSIGNAN
Tel : +33 5 49 43 31 48
mairie@lusignan.fr
www.lusignan.fr

Languages spoken

french 

 
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