An individually designed hexagonal house nestling in a lush tropical setting
En-suite rooms or Rooms with a separate private shower
Easy and relaxed atmosphere
A few minutes' walk to an unspoilt beach
Idyllic surroundings
A variety of classes can be arranged for you whether it be African drum and dance, Batik, Cookery, Tai Chi, Natural Medicine, experience a taste of Senegal culture.
An amazing Masseuse is available to either clear your blocked energies or just to chill you out.

Friendly traditional village in the Casamance region, Senegal
A popular destination for lovers of African Drum & Dance
Holds Annual Abéné Festival: An 8 day celebration of music, dance and theatre - usually from 26th December
Senegal is the westernmost country on the African continent with an area of just under 200,000 sq km. It is largely flat, with a natural vegetation of dry savannah woodland. The shore of the Atlantic Ocean marks the country's western border. Dissecting the whole country nearly in two is The Gambia.

Casamance is the region south of Gambia.

The region of Casamance is generally said to have the best climate in Senegal. Thanks to its tropical climate, a prominent characteristic of the region is its lush vegetation, which we are sure you will appreciate on walks in the bush.

In the far south is the Casamance River, which gives its name to the surrounding Casamance area, a fertile zone of forest and farmland. It features a labyrinth of picturesque creeks and lagoons and is dotted with small islands and areas of palm grove mangrove swamp.

Senegal's most beautiful beaches are also here in the Casamance region. You will be able to lie on an endless sandy beach, swim in the azure sea or meet the local fishermen who land a variety of fish every day. 
Its friendly and welcoming inhabitants will make you feel at home from the very first day of your visit. 
Abéné village is a magical place perched on the shore of the Atlantic; it is a peaceful and traditional village and home to many people of diverse origin making it a unique community. It is becoming the hip face of Senegal with the sound of music and drumming most days carried on the soft African wind.

There are many different ethnic groups living in Abéné including Mandinkas, Diolas, Karones, Peuls. Most people earn a living from farming and fishing, in a congenial village atmosphere.