Anne Mangin

Anne Mangin produces honey only in Oisans, labeled Bienvenue à la ferme et Producteurs de l'Oisans. At the same time, she cultivates saffron. She likens herself to a shepherd of beekeeping, with her hands firmly on the ground.

About : Anne Mangin

Anne has been interested in beekeeping for a number of years and her enthusiasm was sparked when she learnt more about these half-wild half-domesticated insects in the Cévennes.
Wildlife is in decline and, as we all know, bees are an integral part of the extensive chain of ecosystems. It is believed that bees appeared at the same time as angiosperms that produce nectar and pollen. The pollinating activity of domestic bees means that beekeeping has an essential and decisive role in the global ecology of flowering plants. Bees also have a fascinating colony organisation, with each bee depending on other individuals within a system where complex communication mechanisms decide the division of tasks and ensure social cohesion. It is important for Anne to combine looking after insects and crops, as they are complementary activities with separate peak periods.
Anne markets for products locally or via pre-arranged visits.
- mountain honey
- high mountain honey
- saffron
- saffron-flavoured elderberry cordial
- saffron honey
- meadowsweet syrup
- whole wild blueberry jam

- Auris shops.
- Sale at the property on phone call
- Market of Mont de Lans
- Fair, individuals

- Member of the "Route des Savoir-Faire de l'Oisans
- Producers of the Oisans
- Welcome to the farm

En bref


Pets welcome


  • Pets welcome
  • Sales on site
  • Booking obligatory
  • Guided tours
  • Sale on the markets


From 01/01 to 31/12, daily.


Means of payment

  • Bank/credit card
  • Check
  • Cash

This service provider also offers

visit the apiary of Anne Mangin

Visit of saffron area