Veillée calendale par La Capouliero
Martigues - Christmas in Provence, Provençal Christmas - Dates and program to be confirmed
Autour des 13 desserts traditionnels et du "Cacho-fue", chants, danses, contes de Noël et pastorales ravissent le public.
En 1963, la Capouliero, avec M. et Mme Lucien DURAND, inventait la première Veillée Calendale en Provence.
Le grain était semé, depuis le blé a germé et presque tous les villages de Provence ont leur Veillée Calendale.
A bèn lèu de se retrouba !
Réservation : uniquement au local de la Capouliero = au Site Pablo Picasso, route du Port de Lavéra 13500 Martigues.
Pas de résa par téléphone. Horaires d'ouverture : de 14h30 à 18h, sauf le mercredi.
Information provided by OT Martigues
Site Pablo Picasso
Route De Lavéra
Salle du Grès
Boulevard Léo Lagrange
- 04 42 81 78 20
04 42 81 78 20
Where to stay
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Ibis Martigues centre
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Things to do
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Hotmer surf shop-Martigues
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Martigues ' sailing circle (CVM)
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Where to eat
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Art de vivre
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