Olbius Riquier park

  • Park and garden
  • Garden
  • Botanical garden
  • Remarkable garden
Avenue Ambroise Thomas Centre-ville 83400 Hyères
This traditional 19th century landscaped garden was Olbius Hippolyte Antoine Riquier’s gift to the town in 1868. It comprises of 17 acres of lawns, large trees, winding alleys and even a lake and a greenhouse designed for tropical plants and birds. A convention linking it to Paris’ Jardin d’Acclimatation defines the garden as a place to grow, create and study the adaptation of tropical species to the climate of the region. The garden plans were drawn in 1869 by landscape architects Pierre Barillet-Deschamps and Georges Aumont who also worked on many Parisian gardens. Many exotic species of palm trees, bamboos and succulents are found there, as are a small zoo and a playground for children.
Services
Hearing disability
Mental disability
Visual disability
Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
Reserved space 330 cm wide < 100 m from the site
Absence of slope > 5%
Minimum aisle width of 90 cm
Activity
Temporary exhibition
Play area
Public WC
Parking
  • Accessibility
  • Hearing disability

  • Mental disability

  • Visual disability

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance

  • Reserved space 330 cm wide < 100 m from the site

  • Absence of slope > 5%

  • Minimum aisle width of 90 cm

  • Activities
  • Activity

  • Temporary exhibition

  • Equipment
  • Play area

  • Public WC

  • Parking

  • Services
  • Pets welcome

Medias
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Location

Olbius Riquier park

Avenue Ambroise Thomas Centre-ville 83400 Hyères
  • hyeres.fr
Spoken languages
  • French
Environment
  • Close to a motorway
  • Close to a public transportation
  • Bus stop < 500 m
Updated on 26 December 2022 at 11:04
by Office de Tourisme Provence Méditerranée
(Offer identifier : 4674539)
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