The Savonnerie Marius Fabre offers tours of the factory
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Traditional SOAP: SOAP from Marseille to the cauldron since 1900, third family generation. Specialty: SOAP in the olive oil and SOAP, no colouring or preservatives. Factory shop.Since 1900, this family SOAP perpetuates the high and prestigious tradition of a product internationally known: Marseille SOAP...Groups by appointment.Present a quarter of an hour before.Opening hours shops: from 1 April to 30 September: from Monday to Saturday from 9 h 30 to 12 h 30 and from 14 h to 19 h and 1 October to 31 March from 9:30 to 12:30 and from 14 h to 18 h
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Marius Fabre SOAP
148 avenue Paul Bourret
13651 Salon de Provence
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Savonnerie Marius Fabre 148 avenue Paul Bourret 13651 Salon de Provence
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Get ready for an unforgettable day in one of Provence's absolute treasures. First exploring the majestic ancient ruins in Arles which draws in visitors from around the world each year. Onwards next to the Church of St. Trophime and Montmajour Abbey, stunning architectural gems in this Camarguais city. Take a break from sightseeing to do a little shopping then sample the delicious and unpretentious cuisine at La Gueule du Loup before getting your culture fix at the Arles Antique archaeological museum. Ready to be whisked back in time?It's only a one-hour cruise from Marseille away.
La Montagnette and its monuments
La Montagnette is a low-altitude mountain in Bouches-du-Rhône set against dry and rugged terrain. It is replete with architectural gems to visit. Start the morning with a visit to the cryptoporticus in Arles. In Tarascon, take a tour of Saint Michel du Frigolet Abbey and Château du Roi René. Next head to Le Garde-Manger for lunch before venturing off to see Daudet's mills. When you reach Fontvielle, you can't miss Château Montauban and the Roman aqueduct. Finish on a high note at Montmajour Abbey.
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