The site occupies a protected forest area: this forest of mature timber from the 18th century was used as a hunting land. The site remains intact preserving the diversity of its landscape: the Fouage wood, hyacinth forest, poplars, meadow …
Water is also part of the landscape, with first the vast Grand Large basin connected to the channel, and 7 bodies of water evenly spread on the site site: river, lakes and ponds that rainwater fed over centuries.
Rich in a unique and preserved biodiversity, our forest is composed of many species of trees slowly growing. Here nature reigns and no trees have been felled: this habitat harmoniously enhances the environment.
The site is characterized by the presence of beech, chestnut, oak, birch and species such as the wood anemone and bluebells.
Close to the pond, the rich soil is covered by thousands of ornamental plants.
On other plots of land, we find an oak grove, and, south of the forest, birch, aspen, hazel or willow.
In this park, where stand these old trees, the tawny owl has found an environment conducive to its development. You can also find small game, such as rabbits or pheasants, and many other birds such as the yellowhammer, the green woodpecker, tit, the cuckoo, the shore swallow, kingfishers rare species such as the bullfinch, the cuckoo, the bluethroat and the reed bunting.