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A rich and diverse vegetation
Château Léoube and its numerous outbuildings are surrounded by varied vegetation of Aleppo and Maritime pines, cork oaks, chestnut trees, vines, and olive trees, as well as fragrant plants typical of the Mediterranean coast. The park of the estate is planted with palm trees, eucalyptus, mimosas, and a large variety of exotic trees. The distribution of the estate's land has slightly changed since the 1920s when its 1,507 acres (610 ha) included 1,235 acres (500 ha) of forests, 133 acres (54 ha) of vineyards, and 62 acres (25 ha) of arable land intended for fodder or cereals. Today, the 1,384 acres (560 ha) of Chateau Léoube remain mostly wooded and comprise 173 acres (70 ha) of vines, while the rest of the plowed land mainly consists of olive trees and orchards.
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