Located between forests and river, the castle of Corbelin is a building of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries taking place at La Chapelle-Saint-André, in the Nièvre.
Completely restored a few years ago, it is mainly known for its Renaissance-inspired garden. Here water is queen in this space, and present in all forms: fountains, river, ponds, pond... Open to the public, it reveals perennials, as well as several hundred roses. You can discover a geometric orchard, a nurturing vegetable garden or even tree lanes for romantic and relaxing walks. An aisle of Japanese cherry blossoms was added during the year 2017 to beautify the whole.
Labeled Remarkable Garden, the garden of the castle of Corbelin was also rewarded in 2018 with the Bonpland Jardin en vite prize. It is possible to visit it by appointment all year, and freely between July and August.