The Lautaret Workshop – Beekeeper – Producer

Véronique Riche and Jérôme Fouvet keep bees at the Col du Lautaret at an altitude of over 2000m. They have created and developed a number of gourmet honey-based recipes, as well as establishing a range of beauty products, including soaps and moisturisers.

Descriptif The Lautaret Workshop – Beekeeper – Producer

We started beekeeping in 2007 and over the years have created and developed a number of recipes. Our specialities include pure honey gingerbread and energy bars for hikers. We also collect the propalis from the hives to make an alcoholate and a cream. In addition, Veronique has now started making soap from olive oil enhanced with honey, propolis and beeswax. We really enjoy converting what the hive offers us into our own produce.

Products :
- Honey
- Honey pain d’épices
- Nougat
- Honey jams
- Honey vinegar
- Honey cordial
- Honey treats
- Propolis
- Spreads
- Soaps
- Herbal tea

Types

  • Indoor
  • Bad weather alternative
  • Producer
  • Honey products
  • Non-food products

Facilities

  • Picnic area
  • Parking

Comforts

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French

Services

Tours

  • Language of the tour: English, French
  • Unguided individual tours on request
  • Guided individual tours on request
  • Individual tasting (free of charge)
  • Unguided group tours on request
  • Guided group tours on request
  • Group tasting (free of charge)
  • Average duration of the group tour: 60 minutes
  • Average duration of the individual tour: 60 minutes

Adapted tourism

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
  • Incline >5% but reasonable

Capacity

  • 25 people maximum

Opening

Col du Lautaret car park:
17/06 to 03/09, daily 10am to 6pm
04/09 to 16/06, by appointment.

Prices

Online shopping also

Means of payment

  • Bank/credit card
  • Cheque
  • Cash
  • Paypal

This service provider also offers

Small market for producers

Location supplement

Access: At the Col du Lautaret, cross left the parking, pass by the restaurant La Ferme then take the four loops that lead to the Alpine Garden, the bee farm is visible from the parking.