Visite guidée " Un surprenant patrimoine "

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

Jouques, un village singulier, une histoire particulière et dense liée aux personnages hauts en couleur qui l'ont façonné à travers les siècles.

Le parcours des visites commentées retracent ce passé. Au fil des rues vous découvrez un patrimoine architectural ou se côtoient hôtels particuliers, édifices religieux et bâti rural.

A Jouques, le murmure des eaux rythment la vie du village. Si la fontaine du Portail est créée en 1674, c'est le projet Vallon, en 1774 qui transforme l'ancien chemin du Barri en promenade.

Sa configuration géographique, à l'écart des axes routiers lui a permis de sauvegarder un cadre de vie exceptionnel.

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ELAN Jouques

123 boulevard De la République 13490 Jouques

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  • Organiser

    ELAN Jouques

    123 boulevard De la République
    13490 Jouques

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Level

    All Levels

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  • Phone

    • 04 88 29 50 78
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