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The cellar next to Auberge de la Klauss holds 50,000 bottles of fine French wine. Come and enjoy an aperitif in extraordinary surroundings – a vaulted cellar, near the smokestack and smokehouse – and try sabrage for yourself on a bottle of champagne, before enjoying the rewards. Sabrage is an art that dates back to Napoleonic times. Soldiers would use their sword when celebrating victory. This unique experience will teach you the steps required to master this ancestral bottle opening technique!
Meet the Iberian horses that live in the Domaine de la Klauss stables and experience something truly unique. Renowned for their natural elegance and appearance, they are also celebrated for their showmanship. Sevillano, Elogio, Tempranillo, Galeon, Florete, and Lancelot are sure to win you over when showing off their Spanish walk, doing piaffes to music, or greeting you with a bow. Nestled in the heart of seven hills, the Domaine de la Klauss also boasts direct access to unforgettable forest horseback rides for more advanced riders. There is also the opportunity to perfect your skills with a dressage lesson, led by a specialist dressage instructor. What’s more, you can enjoy an ethological introduction to the world of horses, during which you’ll work freely with the horse whilst being accompanied by a horse trainer. Lasting memories are on the horizon.
How would you like to fly over our beautiful country – on the border with three others – to appreciate its landscape from the sky? Domaine de la Klauss offers you the chance to do just that in a hot air balloon. Weather dependent, of course!
In 1994, the sunny slopes of the six Collines de Montenach were classified as a national nature reserve. This unique natural habitat rich in flora is home to rare wild orchids. From May to June, there are various walks offered by the Maison de la Nature enabling you to admire the delicate beauty of these flowers.
Located 10 minutes from the estate, Château de Malbrouck overlooks the village of Manderen. Classified as an historical monument, the 15th century building stands out for its impressive architecture. We offer both guided and self-guided tours of this famous chateau, scene of part of the War of the Spanish Succession.