Les Jardins de Courances


The shop at Les Jardins de Courances offers you a great variety of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and aromatics coming directly from the organic garden of the chateau and the plain of Courances.


Some of these fruits and vegetables are transformed into tasty soups, sauces, ratatouilles, jams, and caviars. Innovative recipes that cannot be found elsewhere and will be cherished as gifts!


The shop also sells other local products of great quality. Among these: eggs and dairy farm products, “Font & Bleau” beer, apple juice, pastas, compotes, organic honey from the forest of Courances, and plenty of other delicacies. And our friend, chef Didier Pépin, often offers the results of his experiments to taste.


During special events (polo tournament, Heritage Days), you will be able to attend cooking workshops organized by inspired chefs. We’ve already had: roasted squash risotto and garlic seeds, celeriac and glazed parsnips, carpaccio beetroot and radish salad, tomato sorbet, rhubarb and balsamic vinegar sorbet, and more, all cooked and eaten on the spot of course!

Where and when


The farm shop is in the heart of the village of Courances, at the lower end of the Rue du Moulin, close to the Place de la Mairie (see map). Car parking is available in front of the shop.


Our team welcomes you at the farm shop all year round (except January)

Friday: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.


On special pre-announced weekends, announced, the farm shop opens on Friday evening, and also on both Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Contact :

+33 (0)7 69 20 63 84



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Spring Menu


Green garlic


Aromatics : coriander, shiso, chive, curled parsley




BroccoliSpring carrots orange and purple


Cauliflower (white, orange and purple), kohlrabi, pointed head cabbage






Mizuna wasabi


Turnips “des vertus marteaux” and “tokyo cross”


Spring onions




Red and white radishes






Salads (batavia, oak-leaf etc.)


Jerusalem artichokes