As a travel agency, a tour-operator, an association or a children group, you can program a group visit in the Gardens of La Ballue.
National days of Celebration proposed by the French Ministry of Culture, for grand festivities in all French gardens on June 2, 3 and 4 with the theme "The share at the Garden".
The Gardens of La Ballue, inspired by the baroque Italian gardens of the 17th century are falling within this theme and offering a unique univers with its playful yet labyrinthine guided visit.
We will also be presenting the troubadours and musicians of the “La Ménestraudie” ensemble, an early music group from the Music School of Betton, accompanied by the dancers of the company “Les Fous gèrent”.
Performances on Sunday afternoon.
Guided tour by the owners on Saturday at 03:00 PM.
The gardening event of La Ballue!
For its nineth edition, this unique event allows visitors to observe demonstrations of pruning and the creation of topiaries in the Gardens of La Ballue.
Three of our gardeners will demonstrate their considerable skill, showing some of the techniques they use to prune and sculpt our many bushes, shrubs and trees. A range of these tools, along with an explanation of their use and maintenance will be available for viewing in the “tool” workshop.
Hubert Puzenat, the architect of the gardens and a topiary specialist, will create topiary sculptures in person.
A lecture on topiary art will be given at 3:00 PM on both Saturday and Sunday afternoon (time to be confirmed).
And the topiaries themselves will be available for purchase!
There will also be a presentation and signing of the book on the Gardens of La Ballue: “Variations on a garden,” published by Editions P.H. Verlhac, with the photographs of Yann Monel and texts by Marianne Niermans.
Come to benefit from the first sunlights and revitalize yourself in the Chateau and Gardens of La Ballue, exceptional site in Birttany close to the Mont-Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo.
Discover the Castle life for one night and benefit from our well-being outdoor space. Composed of a bubble bath, a sauna and a heated outdoor swimming-pool, you will spend a relaxation moment in the heart of nature.
The extraordinary choreographic adventure called Extension Sauvage performed in the Gardens of the Château de la Ballue continues in 2017 in its 6th edition.
A nationally recognised event, the festival has been an enormous success since 2012.
Created by the choreographer and dancer Latifa Laâbissi, this choreographic adventure in a rural setting is an invitation to discover or re-discover contemporary dance in the setting of a certain landscape.
Inviting artists from the choreographic field as well as other artistic disciplines to bring their work into a peerless landscaped setting, Latifa Laâbissi, a choreographer and artistic director, and her creative partner Nadia Lauro, a plastician and set designer, offer you a jubilatory programme including dance, film and performance.
For your Honeymoon or your wedding night, come to discover the castle life at Château de La Ballue.
A unique and exceptional world in the heart of the Couesnon Valley ideally located between the Mont-Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo, for a romantic night...
The Chateau of La Ballue, located just 30 minutes from the Mont-Saint-Michel and 1 hour from Saint-Malo, will be the ideal place to spend a stay between Brittany and Normandy and to come to benefit from a splendid sight.
Indeed, about twenty times per year, the highest tides phenomena takes place in Mont-Saint-Michel to give it again its insularity.
The high ranges, higher to 100, promise a spectacular show only during 4:30.
This phenomena takes place also in Saint-Malo.
If you are looking for an original gift, here's a great idea: come to visit the Gardens of La Ballue, stay in one of the sumptuous rooms in the Château and enjoy our wonderful breakfasts and our outdoor spa …
We can also prepare a lovely personalised gift for you in accordance with your wishes.
For all Gift occasions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +33 2 99 97 47 86.
This is the first book entirely dedicated to the beautiful Gardens of La Ballue. It is hardbound, 144 pages, has 150 photos, is in both French and English. The authors are Yann Monel, "Images et Sens" and Marianne Niermans for the texts, and the book is published by P.H. Verlhac. It is sold at the store on the site and also in bookstores.