Back to family roots
The Domaine de l'Enclos was taken over at the beginning of 2019 by Jean-Luc Ayme.
Originally from Vaucluse, Jean-Luc studied in Paris, traveled the world, visited 52 countries, worked on 3 continents for multinationals and then led a large distribution group in the automotive sector.
At the dawn of his fifties, he decided to start a new adventure closer to his family roots. Because as far back as he can go, his ancestors have written the history of this beautiful region: bakers in Aubignan, cutters of rabbit skins in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, ocher manufacturers in Gargas, inventor of the rubber-coated horseshoe in Carpentras ...
An ambition: to travel better
The advent of mass tourism has led in recent years to the standardization or even the destruction of many sites in the world.
We believe that this phenomenon is not inevitable and that openness to the world can be done in respect of places, local populations and ancestral traditions.
Humbly, at our small level, we wish to work to the development of our region by privileging the sharing of experiences in a place on a human scale far from stereotypes clichés of the world tourism.
Our ambition is to help you travel better while valuing heritage and local producers, and respecting the environment and people (including our employees, suppliers and service providers).