Swann Park on the banks of the Loir, designed by Proust's uncle, is a place charged with romance and atmosphere. Based on the informal style garden, it made a profound mark on the author.
Marcel Proust's garden! In search of lost time. With a meandering river running through it, the Pré Catelan is in the Romantic style of the 19th century which marked the writer's work. Imaginative, designed by the writer's uncle, the Pré Catelan is based on the model of landscaped parklands. Interspersed with neo-gothic and neo-oriental elements with a marked penchant for picturesque displays, the garden has many paintings which are sure to delight both Proust fanatics and those who love Romantic gardens. An exotic walk with plenty of surprises.
- Pets allowed
Park and garden Le Pré Catelan Route de Tansonville