Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Du Pays de Fayence

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Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Du Pays de Fayence

Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Du Pays de Fayence
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60 reviews
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Ian150
London, UK25 contributions
Try the office in tourrettes
Jun 2018 • Friends
Tourrettes is is quiet unspoilt village, and offers free tours highlighting the history of village. Not sure why it doesn’t have its own listing. For info you can walk from fayence to tourrettes in 5mins and enjoy a quieter village than fayence.
Written June 23, 2018
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JaguarCork
Cork, Ireland63 contributions
Helpful Staff
Nov 2016 • Couples
Visited Office de Tourisme on a few occasions during our recent visit to Domaine de Fayence. Lady there had excellent English and was most helpful
Written December 20, 2016
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JanP2
Aalborg, Denmark16 contributions
Helpful and english-speaking
Jul 2016 • Couples
They were very helpful and even spoke english. They have brochures of the entire Var district, even out to Gorges de Verdon.
Written July 23, 2016
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vilh2015
Aarhus, Denmark21 contributions
Why don't you come? This is a wonderful village - full of life!
Oct 2015 • Couples
Modestly speaking Fayence is the essence of Provence, and personally it is of vital improtance for me to go there, for I know my neighbours and I love their friendly environment and the climate is wonderful - even it it rains for a day or two. My terrace is the best place in the world!!
Written October 18, 2015
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Larrylettuce
28 contributions
Get the map...
Sep 2015 • Solo
... Of the self guided walking tour. Dead set, it'll get you exploring parts of this quaint little town that you didn't even know existed! It's also informative and the staff in the office are friendly and helpful.
Written September 18, 2015
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Daniel A
Bangkok, Thailand582 contributions
Very helpful and friendly staff
Aug 2015 • Friends
As I had not been to Fayence before I had many questions to ask the tourist office and I found the staff there to be well informed and helpful.
Written August 14, 2015
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AFoolForTravel
Santa Monica, CA2,727 contributions
They seems bored.
Mar 2015 • Solo
I am a pretty chipper person and can deal with most cranky people. I came in to ask for some directions to Tourettes (to walk) and was kind of waved away. I also needed to call a taxi and they were less than helpful. Don't expect a warm welcome at the tourist office. Oh..and by the way it was in March and there wasn't another person in there so it wasn't like they were too overwhelmed.
Written June 13, 2015
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KanikaAfricanArt
Sacramento, CA121 contributions
Our First Trip to Provence Was MAGICAL!
Oct 2013 • Couples
Oh la la! Our cruise ship deposited us at Cannes, France, which drenched ill-prepared travelers with rain; thankfully, there were lots of African vendors ready to sell cheap umbrellas. Our tour bus left from Cannes and traveled the gorgeous southern French countryside. The rain stopped when we arrived in Fayence, a medieval hilly village of centuries-old cobblestones and close-set buildings. C'est tres charmant! Some buildings still had small square battlements in the walls which, in the 13th century were used to shoot marauding soldiers from inside the house. Not much has changed in this village, save the addition of electricity and plumbing. We kept marveling at how five centuries OLD these buildings were but they were still being lived in - and they were gorgeous! Every door is different and distinct. Windows are often asymmetrical and unique. More delights were found in the nearby village of Seillans. I had studied French since junior high school, and even obtained a Bachelors Degree in French, yet had never visited until now. Yes, Provence was our favorite stop from our Mediterranean cruise to Spain, France, Italy, Greece and Turkey. We would love to stay for several weeks. Photo opportunities abound!
Written September 10, 2014
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775Jenniferruth775
Penzance, UK126 contributions
Less than helpful
Oct 2013 • Couples
I visited this OdeT on a Saturday morning, market day in Fayence, looking for bus timetables relevant to a neighbouring village. I was told with a wave that they were on the wall over there. However,when I got home I found that they referred only to Fayence, which did not help me very much. Unusually, she was not the smiley trying-to-help sort of person one usually encounters in these places.
Written October 12, 2013
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Hello, Sorry but this notice not concern our tourist office (Montauroux) but the one in Fayence, witch isn't in tripadvisor. Goodbye, Bonjour, Nous sommes désolées mais l'avis ne concerne pas notre office de tourisme (Montauroux) mais celui de Fayence qui n'est pas inscrit sur Tripadvisor. Aurevoir,
Written October 14, 2013
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