The farm is located on the slopes of the mountains in the village of Boussenac, at an altitude of about 800 metres. Less than a ten-minute drive away is the larger village of Massat, where a small supermarket, a bakery and some restaurants can be found. Half an hour away is the larger town of St. Girons, where several shops and restaurants can be found. The Saturday market in St. Girons is well-known in the area.

Along the farm are several cycling routes known from the Tour de France, amongst others. The Col de Port, the Col de Peguere and the Col de Lers are in the immediate vicinity. So the enthusiastic cyclist will come into his own in this area! For hikers, the area is also a walhalla. From simple beginners’ hikes to waterfalls, mountain peaks and hidden valleys to more intensive hikes in the high mountains of Ariège, and even the possibility of multi-day treks and climbing several peaks over three thousand metres high; it is all here.

Climbing enthusiasts will also come into their own; Ariège is home to several climbing and bouldering areas with literally hundreds of climbing routes of all levels. From simple beginner routes, to tough multipitch climbs. Besides climbing areas, the area also offers several opportunities for canyoning. Both the experienced, independent canyoneer can enjoy themselves here, as well as the beginner who wants to discover the Ariège’s wild water streams with a guide. There is also plenty to discover underground. Guided tours of easily passable caves can be booked, or you can explore the small caves under the guidance of a speleologist.

Culturally and historically, the area is also rich. Castles, ancient Cathar castles and prehistoric murals can be found in various places in the region.