Balade en calèche au coeur de Mollégès et ses campagnes
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Nos chevaux vous permettront de passer des terres humides appelées "les paluds", terres anciennement marécageuses assainies dans les années 50, aux terres "de Crau", très arides et caillouteuses, ancien lit de la Durance. Le village est la limite entre les deux.
Ses vieilles maisons encerclent l'Abbaye du XIIIe siècle, occupée jadis par les Dames Abbesses. Vous passerez au pied du cheval de pierre, avant de rentrer face aux Alpilles, par des chemins où coulent encore quelques sources appelées "les laurons".
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