DOMAINE DE LA KLAUSS
Looking for a privileged space to organize a professional event (seminar, meeting, board of directors, press conference...)?
Le Domaine de la Klauss in Montenach is ideally located!
The quality and plurality of its facilities, as well as its location in the heart of the National Nature Reserve in Montenach will ensure perfect conditions for your business meetings.
Capacityl : 10 to 30 people
Surface : 50m² modular space
Equipment : Paperboard, Wifi, laptop, video projector, telephone, dressing room and self-service break area (Nespresso machine, water, fruit juice and pastries).
Information and price list : request for quotation
by N’Joy Coaching & Formation
Equicoaching or coaching assisted by the horse allows to develop :
- Stress management
- Control of one's emotions
- Communication skills
The Domaine de la Klauss offers you this team building workshop, lasting 3h30 and limited to 6 people.
The work is based on the relationship with the horse, no equestrian skills are required.
The National Nature Reserve of Montenach is composed of 7 hills surrounding the village and covers an area of 107 hectares. On its sunny slopes, 23 species of wild orchids flourish, as well as many other plants, some of which have southern affinities.
Guided tour on request.
Maison de la Nature du Pays de Sierck
The place is marvelous and the welcome is warm in this pretty wooden hut which explains the richness and the fragility of our ecosystem. In addition to advice, exhibitions, meetings and workshops that raise awareness of environmental protection, the Maison de la Nature offers a host of walks in the heart of the natural sites of the Pays des 3 Frontières and the Bouzonvillois, in particular the National Nature Reserve of Montenach.
Enter Marc Schutzing's workshop and admire the artist's work. Installed in an old stable, the potter creates, models, kneads, shapes, enamels, and expresses himself with talent... in the calm of the countryside.
Visit of the workshop-sale on request
Originally called "Château de Meinsberg", it was built at the beginning of the 15th century (1419 - 1434) by knight Arnold VI of Sierck. In 1705, the Duke of Marlborough held a siege there during the War of the Spanish Succession and gave it the name "Malbrouck Castle".
A real cultural place dedicated to comics, it hosts a new exhibition every year.
Overlooking the Moselle valley, this 11th century fort, the favorite summer residence of the Dukes of Lorraine, stands proudly on its rocky promontory! From the top of the castle, the view on the Moselle river is breathtaking.
Visit of the city and/or the castle in period costume on request
Want to dive into the world of railway workers? Here, different stations have been set up: points, lamp room, station ticket office .... you can even take a seat in the driving simulator!
Guided tour on request