The Bachais and Bruchet parks cover some ten hectares and form the green heart of Meylan.
Two different atmospheres prevail. The northern part of the park is geometrically designed, with the axes of the fountain, the arches of the rose garden and the flower beds. To the south of the park, woods and gardens offer a shady, romantic atmosphere, complemented by two small ponds fed by streams from the fountain.
Le Parc du Bruchet
In the lower part of the park, copses and wetlands have given the site the appearance of a bocage landscape. To the south of the park, a reedbed shelters a remarkable flora and fauna.
The upper part of the undulating meadow is crossed by a path leading to a remarkable sundial. This is an analemmatic sundial whose style, i.e. the rod that indicates the time, is movable according to the day of the year.
All year round, daily.
Bus lines 16 stop Lycée du Grésivaudan