The Solan Monastery is home to a female Orthodox Christian community. The sisters sell products, grown on their own land, using organic farming practices (wine, vinegar, preserved foods, jams, fruit jellies) as well as books and religious icons.
Seventeen nuns live, work and pray here. Religious services follow the rites of the Byzantine faith. The nuns grow organic produce under the guidance of Pierre Rabhi and the principles of creation.
They transform the harvest themselves and sell their produce (wine, jam fruit jellies, etc.) as well as books and icons.
Quality Charter/Quality Label
- Bad weather alternative
- PDO label
- Organic Farming (AB), Sud de France Quality Label, Ecocert Label
- South of France Seal of Quality
- Organic Farming (AB)
|From 20 January to 31 December|
Annual closure: 2nd week in January and 2nd half of November. From May to August: 11am to 6pm From September to April: 11am to 5pm
Closed on Monday.
Annual closure: 2nd week in January and 2nd half of November.
From May to August: 11am to 6pm
From September to April: 11am to 5pm.
Methods of payment
- Bank/credit card
- Car park
- Coach parking
- Tour free of charge
- Guided tours
- Product tasting
Tourism adapted to
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs