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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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Saint-Mayeul parish church
Cipières
Dedicated to saint Mayeul (saint Majolus), the parish church of Cipières was built in several stages, as we are about to see. As...
Saint Claude chapel
Cipières
Saint-Claude chapel stands next to the cemetery outside the village and is on the supplementary list of Historic Monuments. If we...
Saint-Jacques le Majeur parish church
La-Colle-Sur-Loup
Between the end of the sixteenth century and the French Revolution, the town of La Colle went through a major period of growth,...
Le Canadel
La-Colle-Sur-Loup
A medieval chapel, a crenellated square tower, a circular tower, a fortified door: le Canadel is a journey through La Colle as it...
Notre-Dame parish church
Escragnolles
Notre-Dame church is in the hamlet of Le Logis and became the centre of the parish when it was built in the nineteenth century....
Saint-Pons church
Escragnolles
The church of Saint Pons is a church rather than a chapel because it was once used as a secondary parish church. It was built in...
Saint-Martin chapel
Escragnolles
Although it is some distance from the houses and the centre of the parish that have moved away over the centuries, this small...
Saint-Vincent parish church
Gourdon
Saint-Vincent parish church stands on a limestone outcrop in the heart of the village of Gourdon, and is well worth a visit....
The reformed church
Grasse
The reformed church is the one exception to the Catholic heritage in the pays de Grasse and was built to serve the needs of the...
The Episcopal buildings and the bishops of Grasse
Grasse
Building work on the cathedral church of Notre-Dame du Puy and the Episcopal buildings that now house the town hall began after...

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