|Type(s) of agriculture||Organic Farming|
|Activities||Outdoor activities / Educational activities/discovery / Tasting / Events / Walking path/visit of the garden / Cycle path|
|Services||Guest room / Area child / Holiday cottage / Catering on the spot|
It’s a lost paradise in the heart of the Massif des Maures. Not long ago, Rachel and Ivan Gresle made the choice of Nature. They left the French Riviera and its crowded resorts to go to the "end of the world": a few hectares of vines clinging to the slopes of the Massif des Maures. Since then, they make good organic wine.
About twenty years ago, the current owners created their first business: the host table of Murennes. It was the starting point for a successful career in hotel and restaurant. Today, it comes back to life punctually for groups of 8-50 people. With a mobile kitchen, their hosts organize picnics combining pleasure of the eyes and taste buds since they install their "trailer" on the most outstanding viewpoints of the domain.
During World War II, Domaine Murennes was a hotbed of the Var resistance thanks to Marius, who joined the FFI from the age of 17. Until August 15 and the landing of the Allies on the Saint-Tropez coast, the farm offered hospitality to many guerrillas and Jewish clandestine hunted by the Gestapo. Near the cellar of Ivan and Rachel Gresle, a stele and a French flag recall this glorious past.