Eguilles, entre culture, food et artisanat

Culture - Art of living - Family

Le temps d’un weekend ou d’un séjour en Provence, faites route en direction d’Eguilles pour découvrir les charmes de la campagne aixoise. Entre culture, art de vivre, cuisine du sud et artisanat, suivez-nous pour une journée bien remplie à la découverte d’Eguilles.

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Bureau municipal de tourisme d'Eguilles

15 rue Du Grand Logis 13510 Eguilles

Eguilles is 10 km South-West of Aix en Provence. Its key situation at an altitude of amost 300 m gives the visitor an incomparable panoramic view. To the East is the green and fertile plain of Les Milles stretching to the Etoile range; to the West, Berre Lagoon; and to the South-West, the famous…

Eguilles garden

105 rue Paul Magallon 13510 Eguilles

Hidden in the heart of the village, this is an artist's garden. The works of contemporary sculptor Max Sauze are displayed in 950 m2 of lush, varied vegetation, creating scenes in carefully organised disorder. Open all year by appointment on 06 03 77 67 40. Permanent exhibition in the…

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Marelle (La)

3 place Lucien Fauchier 13510 Eguilles

Restaurant avec terrasse en plein coeur du village d'Eguilles Prix moyen: Horaires et jours d'ouverture : Ouvert du mardi au dimanche de12h à 14h et 18h à 21h30. Fermeture le lundi. Parking

La forge eguillenne - ferronnerie d'art

Les avocats Chemin Des avocats 13510 Eguilles

Fer forgé de décoration, classique, design ou art nouveau : toujours des pièces uniques et originales, où le fer peut être joliment marié avec d 'autres matériaux. A découvrir sur rendez-vous

Confiserie Fruidoraix

Pôle d'activités les Vallades 295 rue Agate 13510 Eguilles

Factory created in 1880 by its founder who passed it on to her daughter. The family has now been making fine confectionery for four generations. Our stringent selection of the finest ingredients is what makes our sweets so perfect. We follow traditional recipes to produce the very best. La…

  • Theme

    Culture, Art of living, Family

  • Duration

    1 day

  • Transport means

    On foot, Personal vehicle

  • Visited cities


  • Ideal for

    Spring, Autumn

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