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The French Way - Artisans Tour in Tourrettes-sur-Loup

Tourrettes-sur-Loup, France
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About The French Way - Artisans Tour in Tourrettes-sur-Loup
Follow your guide through the medieval lanes of Tourrettes on your way to visit some of the region’s most talented artisans. They continue the traditions of generations and display a fascinating mix of patience and dedication. Tourettes being at the heart of the perfume industry your tour will also stop by a greenhouse where a horticulturalist grows the delicate violet flower.Tour includes : Private visit of workshops and greehouse, violet based products tasting, drinks.
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The French Way - Artisans Tour in Tourrettes-sur-Loup
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Tun1964 wrote a review Jul 2018
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar1321 contributions308 helpful votes
It’s really nice visiting time there on June 25 early morning. It’s located at cool hillside area. Also very green environment there. Some cafe,bakery, restaurants and shops started opening at that morning. Everybody there were very friendly with smiles and greeting Bonjour when we met. It’s really peaceful place for tourists.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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mrdesign wrote a review May 2016
Washington,Dc318 contributions125 helpful votes
Made a stop while traveling thru the area. Enjoyed walking about the medieval village and looking into the shops and down the narrow side passages. Chateau Villeneuve was mildly interesting. Off the main square there are a number of small places for lunch the one we choose was rather good.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Alissa H wrote a review Apr 2016
Boerne, Texas24 contributions11 helpful votes
We stopped by the village to walk around have a cafe. It was a wonderful town, full of artwork that would appeal to anyone. The shops all had something unique to offer, from beautiful wooden bowls, to a jewelry store where everything was handmade by the artist in leather or silver. There were many art galleries with sculptures and paintings. Just walking around the village was like stepping back in time. You could easily spend days just wondering around and talking it all in.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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LavenderladyCanada wrote a review Jun 2015
Mission, Canada115 contributions30 helpful votes
A lovely medieval, cobblestone lined village. Smaller than St. Paul de Vence, easier to get around. We were Fortunate to be able to spend 2 weeks here...driving to the lavender fields around Valensole, and to Antibes to The sandy beach and parasailing and paddle boarding. A good central base. We had a 180 degree view towards The Med. Fabulous!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Cher304 wrote a review Jun 2015
Cocoa, Florida37 contributions44 helpful votes
This is a small French Village where people still live and commute to the neighboring cities.There are beautiful shops on top of the mountains, winding cobblestone paths, beautiful shops, scenic views, and outside restaurants. Gourdon to Tourrettes is a short mountain drive with breathtaking views. Look for a small restaurant by the waterfalls and stop to see the amazing view.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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