The farmhouse

The site was once inhabited by 'Galégeons', more commonly known as herons, bizare birds with long legs and necks that seem to defy the laws of gravity. The provençal name for these birds is Galégeons and the 'mas des Galégeons' was constructed here. Now known as the Mas de La Galégière, it's a comfortable and modern house, perfectly integrated into it's environment and which plays host to many visitors from around the world each year.

The farmhouse offers five independent guesthouses, each containing: large living room / kitchen with dishwasher and television, two bedrooms and a mezzanine floor (2 beds), bathroom, separate toilet. Wifi, washing machine, dryer and telephone are common. The linen can be provided. Possibility to rent bicycles. Volleyball and pétanque on site.