Visite de l'atelier Di Landro
Handicraft - Du 1 avril au 30 septembre les mardis et jeudis à 14h
Des démonstrations de création, moulage, cuisson, décoration, couture, montage, habillage et finition vous sont proposées au fil de la visite guidée.
Durée 45 minutes pour l'atelier et temps libre au musée.
L' atelier est accessible aux personnes handicapées.
Le musée se trouve au 1er étage sans ascenseur (20 marches).
Information provided by OT Pays d'Aubagne
Santons d'Art de Provence- Maryse Di Landro
Z.I. Les Paluds
582 avenue Des Paluds
Adresse de départ
Santons Maryse Di Landro Z.I. Les Paluds 582 avenue Des Paluds 13400 Aubagne
Under 1 hour
- 04 42 70 95 65
04 42 70 95 66
Discover other itineraries
The Mediterranean, from beach to creek
Do you love the seaside and the great outdoors? Wild countryside bathed in sunlight? Then this tour was made for you! Over three days, take a tour of unspoilt places that have earned Provence's coastline such a fantastic reputation. Begin at the immaculate and practically deserted Camargue beach before continuing your trip with an invigorating stroll around the Côte Bleue Marine Park. Then cap off your long weekend between Marseille, Cassis and La Ciotat with a tour of the calanques (creeks) including the lovely and secluded En-Vau. A fresh breath of sea air!
Marseille and the coast in a day
When you disembark for your stop in Marseille, you probably want to see the city centre and the coast? This itinerary takes you on a tour of essential Marseille in a day. You could spend the morning in the MuCEM, a museum dedicated to the history of Marseille since it was founded, set in a brand-new, stylish building. Before lunch, go for a stroll around the old Panier district en route to the Café des Épices. The afternoon will fly by as you visit the calanque in Port-Miou and go shopping in Cassis.
From Camargue to Saintes Maries de la Mer – nature, terroir and tradition
Promising an unforgettable day out, head off to explore Camargue, in particular the towns of Arles and Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. The region is famed for its unspoilt countryside that is sure to stimulate all your senses. Anyone with a penchant for fine wine will enjoy the organic varieties produced at Mas de la Valériole while foodies can try the famed Camargue rice. And nature lovers can watch white horses, black bulls and pink flamingos that have put this magnificent region on the map in their natural habitat by visiting Manade Mailhan and the ornithological park or by taking a walk along the sea wall.
When we talk about the South of France, what's the first thing we think of? The MEDITERRANEAN SEA! (and the sun of course – it's all part of the package).
From the plate to the glass, Pastis is always prepared with taste…
Villages the world over envy us!
Christmas festivities, culture and tradition in the land of the 'Santon' figurine