Visite guidée de l'Abbaye de St Michel de Frigolet

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L'Abbaye Saint Michel de Frigolet est située en pleine nature, sur la Montagnette, c'est un haut lieu spirituel depuis plus d'un millénaire.
Au centre du Monastère, l'église Saint-Michel et le cloître nous plongent dans la pureté de l'art roman du XIIème siècle. Quelques salles entourant le cloître, comme le châpitre, ont une voûte du XVIIème siècle.
En 1858 une communauté de Prémontrés s'installe à Frigolet. Elle construit alors l'ensemble le plus visible des bâtiments parmi lesquels la Basilique néogothique du XIXème siècle qui enchâsse la chapelle de Notre Dame du Bon Remède du XIIème siècle.
Les statues de Notre Dame du Bon Remède et Saint Michel attirent depuis des siècles de nombreux pèlerins.

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Eglise Saint Michel de Frigolet

Lieu-dit St Michel de Frigolet 13150 Tarascon

Information provided by OT Tarascon

  • Organiser

    Abbaye Saint Michel de Frigolet
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Guide


  • Phone

    • 04 90 95 70 07
  • Fax

    04 90 90 79 23

  • Website

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