Visite guidée du vieux village

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La Maison du Tourisme propose à tous les groupes de plus de 15 personnes, une visite gratuite du vieux village. Cette visite peut s'effectuer sur une journée, une demi-journée ou encore quelques heures. Le guide de la Maison du Tourisme vous fera diverses propositions en fonction de vos attentes. Vous pourrez visiter les divers monuments du village, les ateliers des artisans et producteurs du terroir ou encore les expositions du moment.

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Village

Allauch

Esplanade des Moulins

Allauch Village 13190 Allauch

Moulin Ricard

Esplanade Frédéric Mistral 13190 Allauch

Musée des symboles et du sacré

11 place Du Docteur Chevillon 13190 Allauch

Les Oratoires

Vieux Village 13190 Allauch

L'ancien castrum d'Allauch

13190 Allauch

La Poterne

Allauch Village 13190 Allauch

Chapelle Notre Dame du Château

Vieux Village 13190 Allauch

Information provided by Maison du Tourisme Allauch

  • Organiser

    Maison du tourisme Allauch
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Guide

    Guide

  • Tour language

    English, German, French

  • Phone

    • 04 91 10 49 20
  • Fax

    04 91 10 49 24

  • Website

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The best of the destination

So that everyone’s hopes and tastes are catered for, Bouches-du-Rhône Tourisme promotes must-see destinations which take visitors off the beaten track, using its deep understanding of the area and its neutral role as a non-profit organisation.