Circuit commenté Terre et Terroir
Nature and the environment - Dates and program to be confirmed
Formule demi-journée ou journée complète comprenant :
Visite guidée au bord de la Luynes.
Dégustation des vins et jus de fruits de Valabre.
Parcours Land Art.
Découverte de la Tuilerie Bossy et de ses artisans.
Déjeuner au restaurant.
Découverte de l'Ecomusée de la Forêt Méditerranéenne.
Valabre 1285 chemin Du Moulin du Fort 13120 Gardanne
Balade au coeur du domaine de Valabre, le long de la Luynes et de la Bastide des Quatre Tours. Visite de la Tuilerie Bossy et de l'Ecomusée de la Forêt.
Promenade dans la nature, à la campagne.
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