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Tourism in Aubagne

Tourism in Aubagne: Take a look at our tourist guide to Aubagne containing dozens of addresses of hotels, holiday lets, gîtes, B&B, museums and country parks. VisitProvence.com. There’s no better tourist guide to Aubagne.

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Aubagne working the land Ville fleurie : 3 fleurs

Aubagne working the land

Dominated by Mont Garlaban and encircled by hills, Aubagne is, first and foremost, the birthplace of Marcel Pagnol. Earthenware is Aubagne's second claim to fame and the fruit of the town's ancient and thriving clay industry

Off the beaten track

A day in Aubagne

Aubagne

A day in Aubagne

More than just a village, Aubagne is the epitome of Provence, with its colourful house frontages, inimitable lifestyle, earthenware industry, Marcel Pagnol heritage, little squares and markets. It is both a bastion of tradition and delightfully lively.

Donkey Trek in the Land of Pagnol

Aubagne

Donkey Trek in the Land of Pagnol

A 9 km trek in the footsteps of Pagnol to discover the little village of La Treille, set inside the magical triangle formed by Marseille, Allauch and Aubagne. A wonderful insight into the childhood years of Pagnol.

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Argilla

Every 2 years, a hundred and more craftspersons from all over France get together for the leading potter's market in the country, Argilla. Objects, tableware, decorative works and sculptures offer a broad spectrum of traditional and contemporary forms.

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