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To sustain their community and maintain the buildings, the nuns of Boulaur have a farm. In their shop, she markets the fruit of their labor but also other monastic products.

The 25 nuns produce on their 27-hectare farm cow cheese: “La Brouette”, pâté, jam, flour and even beer. In addition to their 8 cows, the nuns also raise piglets, chickens, rabbits,… a real farm. They also cultivate the land surrounding their abbey to produce their flour but also grain and hay for their animals. They also have a hectare and a half of orchards and vegetable garden on which they grow all kinds of vegetables and fruits in permaculture: apricots, nectarines, quinces, apples, pears, peaches, plums, Mirabelle plums, kiwis, grapes, and also blackcurrants. , gooseberry, without forgetting the citrus fruits in the greenhouse (lemons, oranges, etc.) subsequently used to make their jams.

Recently the nuns inaugurated their brand new Cistercian barn, in which there is a breeding part, but also the processing workshops…. A guided tour allows you to discover this brand new building. Tours take place every day except Tuesdays, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Two options exist for the visit, the discovery of the agricultural part of the abbey or the heritage part with the visit of the church, the cloister, the chapter house,…

Etiketten : Bienvenue à la ferme (Ferien auf dem Bauernhof)


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  • Emplacement camping car
  • Accès handicapés


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