Visite guidée de la savonnerie Rampal Latour

Guided tour - Free

La savonnerie établie en 1907 à Salon de Provence, vous invite à entrer dans son usine centenaire, où l'homme fabrique toujours des savons naturels doux pour la peau et pour l'environnement. Laissez vous transporter par le charme, les odeurs et l'authenticité de ce lieu de travail unique où le temps s'arrête...

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Rampal savonnerie Latour - artisan SOAP

71 rue Félix Pyat 13300 Salon de Provence

Information provided by OT Salon de Provence

  • Organiser

    Rampal savonnerie Latour - artisan SOAP
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    Under 1 hour

  • Guide

    Activity leader, Receptionist

  • Tour language


  • Phone

    • 06 80 30 72 34
  • Fax

    04 90 56 52 18

  • Website

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