Part of the very soul of Provence lies here! There's nothing quite like visiting this legendary town, which is the world's top perfume manufacturer, for immersing yourself in some of the atmosphere of the towns of the Côte d’Azur.
Just twenty or so minutes from Antibes, you'll find this pretty little town, with its cobbled streets, thoroughly charming. You'll love walking in the Place de la Poissonnerie and down the alleyways of the old town, in the shade of the ochre-coloured walls, before paying a visit to the Musée Provençal.
The villages around Grasse are also worth a visit: a little hike around the gentle hills surrounding the town will be an opportunity to discover these Provencal villages, full of charm and authenticity. You'll also be able to make the most of it by walking along a little section of the famous Route Napoléon and enjoy some wonderful views. You may even be able to see the sea!
Grasse is mainly famous for its perfumes and flowers. Don't forget to enjoy a free guided tour of the Fragonard perfumery, where you'll be able to see all the stages of manufacture of the precious liquid, and where you'll find out about the connection between the town of Grasse, its flowers, its smells and its perfumes.
A little bottle of perfume will make for a perfect souvenir to take home with you: all the smells and perfumes of Provence will be concentrated here.
There are various other museums in Grasse, including the museum of art and history of Provence, set in a lovely 17th century private mansion, the Musée de la Marine - Mémorial Amiral de Grasse, with its models, and the museum of artist Fragonard, with its shady grounds, all of which are worth a quick visit!
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