Visite guidée du village de cassis
Découvrez ce petit village typiquement provençal : le port, le quartier bourgeois et ses belles demeures, les places et les fontaines, le château, l'église Saint Michel, la villa Ariane...
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Tarascon Fontvieille, by Ma Cigale est fantastique
From Fontvieille to Tarascon, discover the Provencal countryside and traditions between Arles and the Alpilles National Park.We start this itinerary with the oil mill trail, searching for liquid gold: a pure PDO fruit juice from the marvellous Vallée des Baux. We will continue our trip with a taste of Provencal fabrics, tracing a route that is embellished with Provencal flavours and fragrances. To finish, we will attempt to force the fearsome Tarasque out of hiding.
Dear old stones
Do you love old stone buildings and Provence? For this heritage tour, start your day at Marseille's Roman docks before heading to the modern and interactive Marseille history museum. Today's lunch recommendation is Une Table au Sud in the Old Port. It's very close to the city's archaeological museum, a fantastic way to get to grips with Marseille from today and back to the past. The following day, a morning at the Arles Antique museum will fly by until your lunch at Mas de la Fenière in the shade of mulberry trees. In Saint-Rémy, the ancient town of Glanum will bring your two-day tour to a wonderful conclusion.
For this weekend tour inspired by contemporary art, start with a visit to the MAC, Marseille's museum of contemporary art. Next, go and soak up the unique atmosphere at the Friche Belle de Mai cultural complex. For lunch, fresh and creative cuisine awaits you at the Grandes Tables de la Friche. Then it's onwards to the FRAC before a visit to the library archives. On day two, make your way to Aix-en-Provence where exploring the Fondation Vasarely will take up most of your morning. At midday, your appetite will be pleasingly sated at La Pioline before you venture off to Arles to visit the Fondation Van Gogh, a gem of an arts institution.