The name L’ADONÉ is derived from Ladon, the serpent-like dragon in Greek Mythology placed in the Garden of Hesperides to protect the sought after golden apples.
According to legend, Ladon was overcome by Hercules and placed among the stars. To this day the body of Ladon is entwined around the North Pole, as if recently transported to the stars, in the form of the Draco Constellation.
Each year, this constellation’s meteor shower offers an astonishing display of shooting stars to many who seek a brief escape from ordinary life.
This stellar display exemplifies the essence of L’ADONÉ, a discovery of the different senses, of the treasures offered by the Planet Earth
and of the joy of life itself.