Property acquired by Charles Bouge at the end of the 18th century and his family until 1979, date of acquisition by Sean Connery. The Terre Blanche resort was born from a love story between a man and Provence. At the end of the 1990s, Dietmar Hopp discovered the Terre Blanche site. He fell in love with what was then a wasteland, sad memory of a previous unfinished project. But Dietmar Hopp, an avid golfer, does not see what could not be done but rather what can be achieved in this immense space.
18-hole Le Château course
This sporting 18-hole, 6,616-meter course offers a magnificent challenge for ambitious golfers. Bunkers, greens, flag positions allow players to know the real playing conditions of a championship course. It thus rewards the best players for their precision and length. The water obstacles are numerous and spectacular. In 2017, Le Château was ranked 14th among the Best Courses in Continental Europe by Golf World Magazine UK.
18-hole course Le Riou
Located on the hillside, facing the hilltop villages of the Pays de Fayence, Le Riou is a technical 18-hole golf course of 6005 meters which requires playing strategy and precision . This course is reserved for Club members, their guests and hotel guests. Each year, it hosts the 1st stage of the Ladies European Tour Access Series (LETAS): the “Terre Blanche Ladies Open” .