Explore, share, smell and touch, experience true exhilaration during themed hikes covering the region’s history, heritage, geology, environment, and more.

Frédéric Devésa, age 50, lives in Valderoure. After a career in information technology, he felt the need to get back to the land, to a simpler life that was as independent and honest as possible.

Frédéric Devésa is farmer-baker. He raises grain and turns it into bread.


In a beautiful and relaxing setting, Val Ranch offers horseback riding or pony trekking.

Whether you are beginner or experienced, we have the mount you need.

The hikes are done on the sector of La Martre, on horseback or with pony,
You can leave 1 hour, 5 hours, 1 day, 2 days ... at your leisure!


The town of Valderoure, which means “valley of the oaks” in French, stretches along the verdant plain of the La Lane, with small hamlets exuding copious charm: Malamaire is home to an old noble house with a round tower; Valentin features the ancient Saint Léonce chapel and a Roman sarcophagus; and La Ferrière has a small, equally enchanting chapel of its own. Set against a beautiful rocky cliff, the venerable houses of Valderoure form a line over a vast meadow, as though arrayed for the very pleasure of visitors.