Visite guidée Circuit H2O

History - Sciences - Technology - Du 1er janvier au 31 décembre

L’eau fait depuis toujours partie intégrante de l’histoire de Gardanne. Le nom même de la ville implique sa présence. Entre difficultés et conquêtes, l’eau nécessaire à la vie quotidienne, l’eau pour la culture et l’élevage du bétail, puis l’eau de la mine et l’eau industrielle… Tous ces aspects sont abordés dans ce parcours en 15 étapes.
Guide disponible gratuitement à l'Office de Tourisme.

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Vieux village de Gardanne

Rue Puget 13120 Gardanne

Information provided byOT Gardanne

  • Organiser

    Office de Tourisme de Gardanne
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Level

    All Levels

  • Guide

    Erudite Guide

  • Tour language

    French

  • Phone

    • 04.42.51.02.73
  • Fax

    09 82 58 02 73

  • Website

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