Namur, Nature

Developing nature in the city, conserving, even encouraging greater biodiversity and putting in place eco-tourism facilities that are unique in Wallonia are among the city’s goals. Namur has, in particular, developed a network of themed gardens. There are five of these: the Garden of Colour Plants, the Garden of Fragrances, the Garden of the Two Towers, the Berry Garden and the Jean Chalon Garden (or Garden of Symbols). Covering an area of 17,340 ha spread over two bio-geographic regions (Brabant and Mosan), Namur is home to a significant and diversified natural heritage of outstanding quality.

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La fontaine du Jardin des deux tours
The Two-Tower Garden
The Garden of the Two Towers
The Two-Tower Garden
The Jean Chalon Garden, known as Garden of symbols
The Jean Chalon Garden, known as Garden of symbols
The Jean Chalon Garden, known as Garden of symbols
The Jean Chalon Garden, known as Garden of symbols
The Garden of Plants of Colors, also known as the Tintoral Plants Garden
The Garden of Plants of Colors, also known as the Tintoral Plants Garden
The Garden of Plants of Colors, also known as the Tintoral Plants Garden
The Garden of Plants of Colors, also known as the Tintoral Plants Garden
The Garden of Fragrances
The Fragrance Garden
The Fragrance Garden
The Fragrance Garden
The Small Fruits Garden
The Small Fruits Garden
The Small Fruits Garden
The Small Fruits Garden