16éme festival de théâtre
Graveson - Comédie - Humour - In September - Dates and program to be confirmed
Le vendredi 28 septembre à 21h “Psy toi aussi tu m'abandonnes” création interprétée par La Cie Les Hirondelles de Vedène, mise en scène Marie-Carmen Benguedda
Le samedi 29 septembre à 21h La Troupe de la Nouvelle Energie jouera le vaudeville “HORTENSE A DIT JE M'EN FOUS !” de Georges Feydeau, mise en scène Lili Vachet.
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
OrganiserTroupe de la Nouvelle Energie
Maison des associations
Espace Culturel de Graveson
Place Du Marché
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Where to stay
Fleurs de Glais - Bouquet 1
House adjoining another gite. Located in the country at 1 km of the village of Maillane. Near the Baux de Provence. Possibility of visiting Alpilles. Communal swimming pool (10x5m) open May 1st-Octobre 15 of monday at friday (access 10-12am and 2-4pm). Gd fl : Living room/kitchen. Shower room/wc.…
Le Clos De Bagalance
On the heights of the village of Barbentane , between Avignon and the Alpilles , very nice house , completely independent , in an environment of oaks and pines on 1ha not fenced . Private pool ( 5x14m - depth 1.2 to 2 m) with safety cover , pool house (shower and toilet ) with garden furniture…
Le Mazet propose la location, à la semaine ou à la nuit, des meublés et 1 chambre d'hôtes. Situé au coeur des Alpilles, à Barbentane en Provence à mi chemin entre Avignon, Saint Rémy,... Vous pourrez, pendant votre séjour, bénéficier de la buanderie (lave-linge et sèche-linge),…
Things to do
Musée des Arômes et du Parfum
Between Alpilles and La Montagnette, near Les Baux-de-Provence and Saint Rémy, the Museum of Aromas and Perfume in Graveson-en-Provence welcomes you to the land of scents. This magical organic, natural site of Provençal scents and aromas has been hidden away in the countryside for almost twenty…
Artisanat des tranchées 1914-1918
More than 1,000 items from the 1914-1918 war have been brought together in the home of Mme Maryse Dupont. Mme Dupont has a passionate interest in the First World War and has recreated an entire era with her impressive collection of items, each one more amazing than the last, including lighters…
Jean Luc Faure- Apiculteur récoltant professionelle
Jean-Luc et Christel FAURE apiculteurs passionnés transhument leurs ruches en fonction des saisons et des floraisons. Dégustez leurs miels (FLEURS, GARRIGUE, ROMARIN, CHATAIGNIER, LAVANDE, ACACIA, CAMARGUE) sur les marchés durant l'année : Jeudi à Villeneuve lez Avignon, vendredi à…
Museum Frédéric Mistral
The poet Frédéric Mistral (1830-1914) lived in Maillane, where he composed all his work; in 1904 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. He was also the founder of the Félibrige association. The house where he lived from 1876 until his death on 25 March 1914 has retained the authentic…
Abbaye Saint Michel de Frigolet
Saint Michel de Frigolet Abbey (12th-14th century), in the heart of the unspoilt landscape of La Montagnette, takes its name from the many thyme bushes ('ferigoulo' in Provençal) that dot the hills. In 1133, a community of St Augustine canons settled in Frigolet; the current heart of the…
Where to eat
Located in the centre of Maillane, where author Frédéric Mistral - a fervent defender of Provencal traditions - was born, this is what you could call a "great little place". The owner is warm and welcoming and so is his food. Mistral would have been proud of this tribute to fresh and local fare…
Le Mas des Amandiers
At the foot of Montagnette, the Mas des Amandiers restaurant has had a completely fresh start, inspired by Elina Garbes and her team. Now open lunchtimes and evenings throughout the year, the restaurant has clearly opted for local clientele by offering four carefully-worked menus to delight food…
Everything you ever wanted to know about Marcel Pagnol!
Olive oil, olive soap and olives with herbs… A fruit you can't do without!
Epiphany in Provence is like nowhere else!
The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...
As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.