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Les activités et sports de plein air ont trouvé leur terre d’élection en Pays de Grasse : randonnées à pieds, à cheval, en VTT, canyoning... Profitez des charmes d’un paysage méditerranéen qui a fait de cette région le “poumon vert” de la Côte d’Azur. Destination golfique de premier plan, les parcours du Pays de Grasse sauront vous enchanter par leur variété et leur multiplicité.

 

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The Siagne canal
Mougins
Before it goes past the Notre-Dame de vie chapel, the 50-kilometre-long Siagne canal has already flowed through the communes of...
The Béal and the Lérins monastery
La-Roquette-Sur-Siagne
The Béal canal runs parallel to the Siagne river across the commune of La Roquette-sur-Siagne, and its name can tell us a lot...
The Troussane fountain and wash-house
Le-Rouret
The commune of Le Rouret was created in the early nineteenth century and is a typical example of a scattered settlement....
The covered wash-house
Tourrettes-Sur-Loup
You’re in front of the covered public wash-house in Tourrettes-sur-Loup, a building that visitors often find surprising. This...
International Perfume Museum
Grasse
Grasse is the birthplace of the luxury perfume industry, and the international perfume museum has been here since 1989. The...
The perfume factories in Grasse
Grasse
From the place du vingt-quatre août there is a view of the lower districts of Grasse where some of the old perfume factory...
Chiris perfume factory
The Chiris factory is a remarkable building with its highly original orientalist decor. These vast premises were built by the...
Growing orange trees
Le-Bar-Sur-Loup
Le Bar-sur-Loup is often called “ the town of the orange trees ” because it used to have terraces of Seville orange trees on its...
Violet growing
Tourrettes-Sur-Loup
You’re standing in front of the Bastide aux violettes in Tourrettes-sur-Loup, the “ town of violets and art ”. Once you’ve...
Rose cultivation
La-Colle-Sur-Loup
As you wander along the main road of this “ town of the rose ”, you’ll come across the Rose de Mai centre, which was once the...

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