GR2013 : Des Milles à la gare Aix TGV
Walk - Toute l'année
Dernière étape de la boucle autour du massif de l'Etoile : vous continuerez le parcours à travers le massif de l'Arbois où vous pourrez observer la vue sur le village d'Eyguilles. Avant d'atteindre la gare TGV d'Aix, vous longerez le canal de Marseille et le vallon du Grand Torrent.
Départ Camp des Milles ((Aix en bus ligne 4 en veant de la gare routière d'Aix-en-Provence)
Aix en Provence
Arrivée Gare Aix TGV (Navette vers la gare routière d'Aix en Provence)
Aix en Provence
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To travel around Provence is a chance to visit extraordinary sites, discover new cities and explore the countryside. But it is also an opportunity to meet passionate craftspeople and have unique experiences, like making your own calisson sweets, delving into the secrets of how soap is produced in Marseille or admiring the work of 'santonniers', makers of traditional figurines. For a sightseeing holiday with a difference, look no further than vibrant and authentic Provence!
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Discover Cassis as you never have before through the great wine estates that have earned the village such an excellent reputation. First stop, Ferme Blanche (AOC Cassis) and the highly rated Domaine Paternel (organic wines) where you can see the fabulous terroir with its extremely rich soil for yourself. After stopping for a fine dining experience at La Villa Madie, get back onto the wine route to meet other passionate producers. Domaine du Bagnol and Clos Sainte Magdeleine both welcome visitors into their wine cellars.
Tour of the Alpilles, olives, villages and more
There's a lot to see in the Alpilles, so it's a race against the clock if you hope to fit it all in. The humble olive is the star of the region and tours and tastings are available at plenty of local estates. For lunch, get a table at Le Patio, totally devoted to regional produce and set in a former sheep fold. Les Olivades is devoted to the manufacture of Provençal fabric. To stretch your legs, walk around Aureille, Orgon and Chiari cheese dairy. A visit to Saint-Rémy isn't complete without enjoying a sumptuous treat from the Lilamand confectioner's. Ready? Steady... Go!
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As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.
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