Housed in a wooded countryside, Flers is a small rural village of nearly 180 souls. Strongly marked by history, the town contains several memorials to remember that Flers was completely destroyed during the Great War. Rebuilt during the interwar period, the village managed to regain its original physiognomy and its tranquility. It is in a rolling landscape that the houses huddle together. The economy of the village is mainly oriented towards agriculture. The cultivated fields adjoin the meadows bordered by the undergrowth in a natural mosaic of pure beauty. The place is the ideal place to recharge and enjoy a break in city life.