GR2013 : De Gémenos au Plan d'Aups
Hike - Toute l'année
Vous entrez dans le massif de la Sainte Baume par le Parc Départemental de la Vallée de Saint-Pons. Vous découvrirez cascade, rivière et ruines diverses à travers ce massif, qui vous offrira de belles vues.
Départ Centre de Gémenos
(Agglobus N°7 vers Aubagne)
Arrivée Centre Plan d'Aups
La ligne 4007 de Varlib desserte Auriol mais uniquement le mercredi et le samedi (autour de 14h). Alors, vous êtes obligés de continuer encore 12km jusqu'à Auriol. A partir d'Auriol Bus Agglo N° 8 vers Aubagne).
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Aix-en-Provence, cultural city break
Cézanne's studio is your first window into this weekend before you head off to take a tour of the more iconic sites in Aix such as the Pavillon Vendôme and the tapestry museum. There's a wonderful mix of the old and new as you alternate between the Fondation Vasarely, the sumptuous town houses in the Mazarin district (Caumont, Granet, Gallifet) and the peace and calm around the fountain on Place d'Albertas. In between art museums, enjoy a feast for the eyes and the palate at Mickaël Féval, a real treat for the senses!
Essential Aubagne – a city built from clay
Aubagne is your destination for this tour. During the course of the day, you'll get to meet the crafts men and women who transform the local clay into iconic objects. Indeed, Aubagne is renowned for its santons (figurines) and pottery. After a lunch at Le 3 Farfalle, take a tour of the potters and 'santonniers', makers of the region's famous figurines. Aubagne's charming old town is awash with heritage (the clock tower) and Art Deco features. If you're in the museum mood, you have a couple to choose from: Cité de l’Art Santonnier dedicated to figurines and the Foreign Legion Museum. Just 30 minutes from the cruise terminal.
Aubagne, in Pagnol country
Pottery and santons aside, Aubagne is also the birth place of French author and film director Marcel Pagnol. Get better acquainted with the cinematic legend by following the Marcel Pagnol 'from Aubagne to La Treille' guided tour or the 'Childhood memories' walking tour. You can also visit the house on Cours Barthélémy where Pagnol was born. And last but not least, the Petit Monde de Marcel Pagnol has recreated cult scenes from his films and novels, from the iconic card game in 'César et Panisse' to the beautiful 'Manon des Sources'.
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