In the old time, the estate used to known for wild game. Conillières comes from provençal “counihiero” which means rabbit burrow. “Le conile” in Old French means rabbit too.
At the beginning, the main farm building dating back from the early 1700’s (right side on the photograph) used to be a hunting lodge, later on it became a sheep fold. It is now our self catering untis "Garrigue" and "Oranger"
In 1843, Alexandre Cortez purchased the estate and built his family house which is adjoining the farm building. (Left side on the photograph). This house benefit today from all the modern conveniences and shelters our self catering units "La Bastide" and "Le Patio”.
Since that time, the same family is glad to welcome you at Domaine de Conillières!