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Buisson Louise
Mas Lamon, Route Notre Dame De Vie
Argeles Sur Mer



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Description for B&B:

Mas Lamon is set in the middle of 10acres of park and forest containing cork oaks, olive trees, almond trees, eucalyptus, mimosasan ideal spot for a family holiday surrounded by protected woodland yet only 5km from the beaches.

The property is composed of 2 'chambre d'hôtes' and 4 independent gîtes for 2 - 6 people, each named after the mountains in the surrounding area.

Its a fabulous setting, in a magnificent spot, with exceptional weather all year round. Being so near to both the mountains and sea allows for numerous sporting and cultural activities!

On site...

heated, secured swimming pool

childrens play area

picnic area

boules pitch

mountain bikes available

ping-pong table,

books, games & toys to borrow

The riding centre "Le Crin des Albères" is situated just next door.

The village of Argelès sur Mer :

Argelès is situated by the Mediterranean sea, surrounded by the vast forests and mountainsides of the Albères and the Pyrenees, and just next door to the Spanish border. It is a privileged location offering more than 300 days of sunshine a year !

Argelès sur Mer offers a large variety of activities :

swimming and sunbathing, of course, water sports and sailing, festivals and traditions such as the Carnival, St. Jean, 14th July etc., and musical and sporting entertainment all year round. There are numerous shops, bars, restaurants and markets to cater for all tastes.

The richness of culture, the warm climate, and the hospitality of the locals make an ideal tourist destination for your family holiday.

The department Pyrénées-Orientales:

With a gentle and sunny climate, the region is loved by people interested in its history, old stones or spectacular scenery, by sporting or walking enthusiasts, by tired city folk who dream of a walk along the seashore, or by the epicureans who love to indulge in good wine and food.

Catalan cuisine is characterised by the existence of a wide variety of produce which makes it a cooking-style standing apart from the rest.

Its identity rests on the use of contrasting flavours: sweet/savourysweet/sourand on specific culinary techniques such as sofregit and picada. The Catalan is a llaminer , a confectioner, a connoisseur in the preparation of sweetened fine foods. He enjoys eating his llaminadures (confectionaries) as much as making them! Ollada, bullinada, cargolada, boles de picolat, salpiquet de mongetes, botifarres, fuet, escalivats, crema catalana just a few examples of the delights you can taste in our department !

The Pyrenées-Orientales is a region of wines, including the Character wines such as Côtes du Roussillon reds, whites and rosés, or the Festive wines Rivesaltes, Banyuls or Maury.

Make time to take the little roads alongside vineyards, to stop in the villages, to visit the wine-propertiesthe prestigious Château Valmy is just a short drive up around the lane from Mas Lamon !

If you are looking for calm and wellbeing, numerous villages offer spa therapy and treatments, benefits of spa waters or outdoor hot springs.

The Pyrenées-Orientales is the land of 2 rugby... (s) ; it is said that the Catalans have a heart "as big as that!". This heart is oval and its beat has a tendency to speed up when. the rugby season starts! Over and above the sporting aspect, rugby is today a veritable social phenomenon in this area... whether it is to cheer on their clubs, which are USAP (XV) and the Catalan Dragons (XIII) , a veritable sea of blood and gold flags ripple around the stands at each match.

The Pyrenées-Orientales has a rich and diverse past; numerous sites and museums trace the history of this land, from the oldest European discovery of ancestral bones at Tautavel, the Romanesque art which is so present in Perpignan and throughout the numerous traditional villages of the area, the Cathare castles, the fortifications of Vauban which are listed as UNESCO world heritage... the list is endless


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Once in the village of Argeles, turn right at the traffic lights (there are only one set of traffic lights in Argeles village). This is the direction towards the train station, la gare, or Sorède. You go straight on, over a small roundabout thing in the road (the gare will now be off to your left) and under the railway bridge. You have the cemetry to your left. You need to drive along side the cemetry, keeping it on your lefthand side. This is the route notre dame de Vie and we are on this road about 2kms away.

At the next cross roads you need to turn right, go under the fast road, turn second left, and follow the signposts to Hermitage notre Dame de Vie, ou the Ferme du Bonheur all the way. Our house is on your right, after the ferme du bonheur, and just before a lovely stone wall and very pretty house. There is a sign saying Mas Lamon, Gites de France - you can't see the house from the road but go down the track on your right and the house is infront of you.



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