At the heart of massive Uchaux, in the municipality of Mondragon, the Mas The crickets is the perfect setting for family holidays or friends.
The view of the wooded hills is breathtaking.
The house on the ground floor has a living room with kitchen fully fitted and equipped (oven, hob, hood, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine, microwave), a bathroom with toilet, a living room with old stove, flat screen TV, hi-fi system. WIRELESS.
Upstairs, a landing leads to 3 bedrooms with storage and a bathroom with toilet.
Room 1 South: 2 x 90 beds (possibility to make a double bed) and 1 bunk bed sleeps 2 x 90
Bedroom # 2 North: 1 bed x140
Room 3 South: 1 bed x140
The garden extends over several thousand square meters of lawn surrounded by trees. 8x4 pool with pool house is fully fenced and equipped (furniture, crockery kitchenette, toilets).
The town lies between the Massif of Uchaux east and the Rhone valley to the west.
Each year a medieval festival is organized by the festival committee of Mondragon. This festival, which has lasted over 40 years is named Drac Day.
Here is the legend: Once upon a time in a village on the Rhône, a dragon that was terrorizing the river. It appeared from time to time and made to disappear girls ... All day we have fun, we will walk in the medieval market cross the camp of warriors, we expect it! At dusk, parade, merry bands of acrobats, jugglers, acrobats, musicians, dancers, and knights, and finally the green dragon ... all the algae covering the millennia, eyes throwing flames, a dorsal crest of a very long body ending in a serpent's tail. It runs through the city, proud of the tribute paid to him.
The feast of the Drac is characterized by the participation of many villagers as animation creators but also as extras in the day and during the parade. Professional companies help us to plunge the town into a medieval atmosphere: Camps, wooden games, strolling wader and musical troupes, flag throwers, beggars, and many others ...
Towards 22h, the torchlight parade takes place and walks the streets of the village. burghers, peasants, knights, elves, beggars, musicians ...