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Inspired by nature

This season, with its Euphoria collection, Aubade is immersing itself in nature. This exuber-ant vegetation has made us want to escape to the country. Let’s take a stroll through some of the most beautiful botanical gardens in France.

The gardens of the Albert Kahn Museum, Boulogne-Billancourt

These unique gardens were founded in the late 19th century. Over more than 4 hectares around his villa, Albert Khan created a botanical world tour which takes you from England with its orchards and rosebushes to a Japanese garden, from forest to golden prairies. A stroll that is pure naturalistic poetry.


The Exotic Garden of Èze, Èze

Located on the site of a former medieval fortress and facing the Mediterranean, this garden promises you a sun-gorged breath of fresh air. In the distance, the gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Estérel Mountains are the backdrop for this foretaste of summer. Down its small paths find Mediterranean species, caves, a waterfall, multicoloured flowers, cacti and palm trees. All that’s left to do is dive in.

Domaine du Rayol, Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer

Restored some 30 years ago, this estate is a wild and contemporary splendour. Also known as the Mediterranean Gardens, it celebrates destinations from Canada to the Canaries, South Africa to Chile, Australia to California, and of course, the south of France. Explore and escape.

The gardens of Claude Monet, Giverny

These two unmissable gardens, one a Japanese-inspired water garden and the other a gar-den filled with flowers, are complementary opposites. In the masses of multicoloured and wild flowers, which include the rarest varieties, nature presents the colours of the most beautiful artist’s palette, given a helping hand by the painter himself, who liked nothing more than to let the garden grow freely.


The gardens of Étretat, Étretat

Located on the iconic cliffs, these stunning gardens are the starting point for a dialogue be-tween nature, architecture and contemporary art. Find monumental works of art around corners, as well as unexpected plants, collections of orchids and much more as you happily lose your way in its labyrinthine pathways.