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"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Provence towns"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet and Gourdon from Cannes""Your pleasant excursion starts in Cannes and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offerfor example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village
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"Private Tour: 6-Hour Sightseeing tour to Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Sightseeing Tour: Saint-Paul Tourret sur Loup Pont-du-Loup"Meet your guide at the previously arranged and time and start your private tour. The first stop is the city of artists St-Paul-de-Vence This old village visible from afar among the pleasant hills and valleys of the Vence landscape. St-Paul-de-Vence has r so characteristic of the fortified settlements which protected the Var frontier until 1870. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide. You will have free time to visit the famous Modern art galleries. This city will remind you of medieval times and the guide will tell amazing stories about it.Your guide will then take you toTourrettes-sur-Loup - Tourrettes it was an important weaving town in the Middle Ages. After the Second World War it becoming a renowned centre for hand-woven-fabrics. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide and visit several of the workshops in the winding streets offer a varied range of cloth: reproductions of old Provencal fabrics colourful textiles for the high fashion market or furnishings and hand-woven-ties.Afterwards
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"Private Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet Gourdon from Nice"Your excursion starts in Nice and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offer for example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village wonderful narrow shopping streets and plenty of cafes and restaurants. If you like going to museums there is a Picasso museum in the old castle building.Next
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Saturday Open Air Market in Lagrasse

If you are looking for fresh market produce, organic food, healthy fruit juices, local olive oil etc., try the Lagrasse market every saturday morning. Located in the centre of the village, place des...
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Arts and crafts

The place is littered with arts and crafts shops, as indicated in an earlier tip. Unfortunately, during the time I was there (late afternoon), only one was open.However, from this sampling you can...
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The abbey of Sainte Marie d'Orbieu

"No visit to Lagrasse is complete without a tour of the abbey itself, one of the oldest and richest in France. It was founded in the 8th century, allegedly by Charlemagne after seeing seven hermits...
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Bookworm special

For some years there has also been a literary festival of a somewhat philosophical bent (Le Banquet du Livre) at the abbey during August. The broad main boulevard, shaded by the inevitable (but...
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The market place

The market place is tucked away in square in the centre of the old town. Despite much research I can't get a date on its age but I would guess around the 14th or 15th century judging by other I saw...
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The bridge

By the end of my walk around Lagrasse I was more infatuated with the humpback bridge than anything else. At around a thousand years old it predates any architectural thing we have in Australia by a...
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Visit L'Eglise St. Michel, a gothic style church

You can see the church of St. Michel from the Abbey across the river. After you've visited the Abbey, cross that lovely bridge again and follow the tower to the Church of St. Michel, a gothic-style...
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Visit L'Abbaye Sainte-Marie d'L'Orbieu

Leave Old Town Lagrasse via the medieval stone bridge. You get beautiful views of both the Old Town and the Abbey on opposite sides of the Orbieu River. Cross and walk along the river to the easily...
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Take a Walk

The first thing we always do when we arrive at a new town is take a walk. It's so much easier to see things and get a feeling for the place when you are on foot. You can peek into gardens, visit...
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Saulsaie RN 113, Route de Narbonne, Carcassonne, 11000, France
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"Lagrasse is a Plus Beau Village of France"
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"I came, I saw, I left"
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"Not my cup of tea ... but!"
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