Places of Interest

Vallon Pont d’Arc

A 40 minute drive from the farm brings you to the famous Ardèche canyon: sunbathing, hiking and canoeing in beautiful nature with panoramic views. You can also visit the St-Marcel-d’ardèche cave,a wonderful site! 

Just 25 minutes away you can also discover the beautiful Cèze Valley, with its magnificent waterfalls, pure water and its beaches. 

Not to forget the outings you can take to Mount Ventoux, the mythic place of “Tour de France” just an hour away. 

The ViaRhôna

And also:

An 815 km cycle route from the Alpes to the Mediterranean, following the Rhône.

La Provence à Vélo
Cyclists are welcome the whole year through!

La Grotte Chauvet 2 Ardèche (formerly ‘la caverne du Pont d’Arc’)

The Richerenches’ truffle market

Richerenches’ truffle market

Avignon festival

Les Chorégies d’Orange

The Chorégies d’Orange in one of the most beautiful Roman amphitheatres


Gourmet : “Le Bienheureux” restaurant :  Treat your taste buds to the flavours of mediterranean cooking – mostly based on organic regional products.
Rue des Lierres – ST ALEXANDRE

And many more!

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  • The Farm

    The farm is a building over 100 years old, made of stone from the quarries of St-Restitut, which prospered during the cultivation of broom millet (sorghum). It then expanded over time and thanks to this agricultural prosperity …

  • Host Tables

    Do you like good local food? So book your evening meal with your hosts. The dishes concocted with love are prepared with organic products from the farm as well as with local organic products. Our guests are particularly fond of our lamb stew… We look forward to welcoming you to our table!


  • Places of Interest

    Our region is particularly rich in tourist sites such as the Gorges de l’Ardèche, the Cèze Valley, Mont Ventoux, the Grotte Chauvet 2, the truffle market in Richerenches, the Chorégies d’Orange, the Avignon festival.


  • Animals

    The farm has several animals including sheep and goat farms as well as a chicken farm. Young and old alike are particularly enchanted by the farm’s mascots: the donkey Olive and the dog Choubelle.