This area of 900 hectares, consisting of 3 rivers and two ponds, alternating vines, heaths, umbrellas, and oaks, owes much of its reputation to the quality of small game and to its organization in sub-territories, eight in total. As of September, the hunting season of common and revered pheasants begins. In mid-November, the gray and red partridge ends.
The hunting is practiced in front of you, in group of 3 or 4 hunters distributed on the different plots.
Beatings are organized on a territory of 300 hectares from September to early January. The wild boars defend themselves particularly well and it is necessary to the two or three hunts (gathering 15 to 25 hunters) of the day to decant them. To help them, the hunters have at their side three hunting guides, four huntsmen with their pack and a dog of blood.