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The Earthenware Museum Gardens

This medieval-style garden, protected by the town walls, beautifully adorns the entrance to the Earthenware and Fine Arts museum.

The gardens of the Earthenware Museum are on different levels. Very airy, it is perfect spot for a refreshing walk. Many themed flowerbeds are on display for visitors: the sorcerers with verbena, formerly used to ward off the evil eye, and wormwood, the healers with millefeuille and its supposed healing properties, and St. John's wort, which heals burns and stings. Or, maybe the flirtatious, with rose and violet.

Temporary exhibitions are also staged there. You can access the Earthenware and Fine Arts Museum through the gardens.

The gardens are open Monday to Friday, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm, Saturday and Sunday, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm, until November (after November the gardens are open at the weekend, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm).