Group stays, half-day excursion possibilities
Excursions are possible (some with supplements), compose your à la carte program according to the excursions which interest you, do not hesitate to ask us for a personalized estimate for your group stays, we will help you to realize a program adapted to your expectations.
House of plants and garden of
BUIS LES BARONNIES
A guided tour of the "Maison des Plantes" and garden of scents is an opportunity to return to the culinary identifications and uses of aromatic plants, their properties and their traditions and history.
House of Vultures
Visit the House of Vultures in Rémuzat, and discover this species through an exhibition and a film presenting the Baronnie vultures and their reintroduction.
The crocodile farm
La Ferme aux Crocodiles is an animal park composed of a huge landscaped greenhouse of 8000 m2 and an outdoor course of 4000 m2 in which more than 400 animals evolve, among which 350 crocodiles. To recreate ecosystems and reflect the richness of nature, the Crocodile Farm also has 600 tropical plant species and varieties. You will also see monitor lizards, exotic birds and turtles.
Olive tree museum
Visit of the olive cooperative and the olive museum and tasting of oils and olives. Over 300 m², the guide explains to his visitors, through exhibits, the ancient and more recent history of olive growing in Nyons and the surrounding area, the production of olive oil from the XVII to the XX century and its various uses
Dedicated to lavender and aromatic plants, the 150m2 discovery space, accessible to all, presents the landscapes, botany, culture, history and distillation of these plants from Provence. From the plant to the essential oil, all the secrets of lavender are available to you!
The village of Grignan and its famous Renaissance castle, unique in Provence, is built on a rocky outcrop around a listed Renaissance castle. First owned by the Grignan family and then by the Adhémar family, the medieval castle was transformed into a prestigious pleasure residence during the Renaissance, then in the 17th century, when the correspondence of the Marquise de Sévigné evoked the brilliance of this Provencal courtyard.
Do you know what is called the red gold of Provence: it is saffron. The saffron is located at the foot of Mont Ventoux, in a small village in Provence since 2010. Crocuses are cultivated in a totally organic.Guided tours are organized to discover the magic of this unusual spice.October and November is the perfect time = possibility of participating in the harvest and sorting of saffron.