At the foot of the Mugon terrier, the Bastide house belonged, since the beginning of the XVIIth century, to the Beaucorps family. François de Beaucorps would have undertaken to rebuild the castle when the French Revolution broke out. From the lodgings of the 17th century, there are only ruins left. To the south of the castle, the staircase of the Moves shows. Alone, at the end of the alley that leads to the house, a majestic Illon porch marks the entrance to the estate.
Its roof with four slopes is flat tiles and covers a gateway, docked to its right of a pedestrian door, both surmounted by a guardroom with two bays.
This wooded and undulating 120-hectare estate, rich in its past and its traditions, offers to city-dwellers and nature lovers a space of welcome and relaxation far from the whirlwind of the city.
Come and dive! You will discover its many activities ...
On its 120 hectares, including as much wood as earth, the Domaine de la Bastiere offers its visitors various theaters of activities:
• A field arranged to hunt the dog d '
Stop • A triking trail of 8 km to walk by mountain bike, on foot ...
• And finally, the restaurant with a capacity of 60 people.
The estate offers, by reservation, throughout the year, its activities.