Tourrettes-sur-Loup in France, from Europe region, is best know for Historic Walking Areas. Discover best things to do in Tourrettes-sur-Loup with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 455 reviews
Tourrettes-sur-Loup is most definitely worth several hours of anyone visit to the French Riviera. We traveled from St Paul de Vence, it’s just an easy thirty minutes drive through lovely countryside. We parked in the village square along side the locals playing Boules. Which ever way you walk in the narrow meandering streets you will want to take artsy photos. Keep going down and you will find a viewpoint with views right across to The Mediterranean Sea.
There is a Michelin started restaurant on one of the winding streets but it was closed for the season when we visited, but I will be back someday soon to give it a try.
Highly recommended village.
5 based on 61 reviews
Throughout the year and according to the seasons, Destination Nature provides great outdoor sporting activities as canyoning, hiking, caving, climbing, snowshoeing and airboard sledge.The Côte d’Azur is beautiful but there’s so much more to explore inland.Destination Nature’s mountain guides will lead you through unspoilt and beautiful natural sites.
We have gone canyoning with Richard and Denature for 4 years now and we love it every time. The kids in particular! And the 8 year olds seem braver than anyone else. It is well controlled, feels safe and Richard has good English so tells you stories from his childhood as well as introducing you to the local flora and fauna. Definitely recommended for kids from 8 years up - others can wait at the bottom of the canyon and swim etc in cool pools.
5 based on 80 reviews
Specialist in service of open air, Aquatic discovery, Canyoning, speleology Whether it’s an educational stroll in nature, a fun hike in a magical environment, a lively and friendly first-time activity initiation, or soaking up the thrill and emotions of discovering an awe-inspiring corner of the backcountry, FunTrip tailors activities and site selection to your desires, your level, and your physical condition. FunTrip works with a network of skilled, committed, and rigorous professional guides, all nationally certified and able to work with all ages and levels. One-on-one, families, friends, groups – anyone who thirsts for discovery and the great outdoors is welcome. You can enjoy FunTrip outings nonstop all year, just by making a reservation. FunTrip cares most about making your adventure a relaxing and enjoyable experience, with high-quality gear and a number of services. We give each detail great attention to ensure a good time for all: A welcome center that is open to the public daily in July and August, and by appointment throughout the rest of the year. We have 150 neoprene suits (tops and bottoms) available for your use, made for a wide range of body sizes and builds; 60 pairs of neoprene shoes (sizes 30 to 47); and helmets for everyone. All material is systematically disinfected after each use. Vehicle parking for visitors. Multilingual guides when needed. A souvenir photo collection of the outing, prepared by FunTrip and available for purchase if desired. For the “Aquatic Adventure in the Loup River” activity, women’s dressing cabins are provided for participants for changing clothes and storing belongings during the outing; a minibus is also available to take participants to the activity site. All FunTrip activities are offered for half-days, full days, weekends, or in workshops or extended multi-activity outings. All of them can be tailored to nearly any age and any idea: class outings, introductory sessions, sports clubs, stag parties and showers, or just a natural and novel way to savor time with family or friends!
We stayed at a rented home in the area for two weeks, and decided to give FunTrips a try. We walked in and were met by friendly staff who explained the various trips through nearby river Canyons they offer. We chose the lowest level for our first experience, and are back the next morning (they were already booked at other times). We expected a "normal" experience but it was much, much more than that. First, we were given first rate protective suits, helmets, gloves, and special socks for our hiking shoes. Then a safety briefing. We were driven about 15 minutes to the river entry point, and from there on, pure adventure! We walked through water and on land, floated some, climbed over large rocks, slid down Waterfalls, slide through a neat hole, and jumped into the river from varying heights. It was an absolute blast. The owner went with us, explaining each obstacle in detail, insuring that everyone was prepared to enter the water or jump safely. Jumping was for the most part optional, especially the higher ones. My daughter and I couldn't believe the high quality of this excursion, which was reasonably priced. She came back the next day for a more advanced trip, and had (safe) thrill after thrill. If you are in relatively good physical shape and adventuresome, this is a MUST DO!
4 based on 290 reviews
During a free guided tour, you will follow the different stages of manufacture of our specialties such as citrus jam, candied flowers, crystallized flowers, the orange peel and lemon sugar or chocolate, naturally flavored candies or frosting candied fruit ... Our products are handmade and we use local products. The tour ends with a tasting of our products in the Provencal lounge where you can make your purchases. You can also visit the Confiserie Florian Nice at 14 quai Papacino. Opening hours: Monday - Sunday: 9:00 to 12:00 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Between Nice and Monaco on the winding roads of the Grande Corniche, hugging the river Loup and the gorgeous Waterfalls, passing through quaint small villages, one should stop in the small village Tourettes-sur-Loup and visit the Florian confiserie and chocolatier. With guided tours in different languages, you will see how beautiful fruit candies, chocolates, innumerables jams and jellies from flowers and fruits grown in this sunny region of France are made in the most artisanal method from years gone by and the taste is so delicate. Lots of souvenirs to take home for friends and families.
4 based on 39 reviews
Historically Tourrettes was known as the 'ville des violettes', because it was an important centre of violet growing for the perfume industry in Grasse. This has now been much superseded by artificial substitutes, with very few natural growers remaining, so the Bastide serves as a permanent museum of old violet growing industry, including the tools and shows actual plants being cultivated in the traditional fashion. The normal end of the season is early March, when the whole village celebrates with a Fetes des Fleurs, with decorated floats and a flower fight to round off the afternoon's festivities.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
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.
Above the interesting township of Vence,resides Tourrettes -Sur- loup,a genuine mediaval hilltop town.Catch the "400"bus from Canes -sur-mer to Vence then transfer to the "500" for the scenic tour up to the village.There are turrents and many buildings seem suspended mid air. Its an exciting walk that circles the hilltop,into town. A tree lined square opens up to artisan shops and a host of restaurants offering good tucker. We choose the pub opposite the bus stop and enjoy a succulent rabbit and beer. Exploring is what this town is famous for. The town hall has art galleries and the winding alleys house a variety of artisan dens worthy of tourist dollars.There are superb views that sweep across the var to Nice and the sea. Visit the flower museum and consider spending a short holiday stay in summer or spring. Wheelchair access not easy.Charming part of the world
5 based on 4 reviews
The world's premier yoga retreat housed in a private villa in the South of France with world-renowned teachers, legendary cuisine, personalized, comfortable luxury service, stunning views and good people.
I have stayed at some of the most amazing properties including Four Seasons, Shangrila, Belmond and Aman Resorts. I keep coming back because of the luxurious accommodation and impeccable hospitality they provide. The same can be said of LuxYoga. LuxYoga also provides a yoga experience befitting its otherworldly location. The resident and guest teachers have been phenomenal. I have been coming to LuxYoga for many years now. It's a different experience every time. I enjoy the company, the food, the service, the accommodation and the expert teaching. I Iove coming back to unwind. I have made valuable friends for life. That alone is worth the price of admission.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
The shop is located under the "clock tower" in the ancient watch room of the guards.Candies,product linked to the violet and also the tourrettes's perfume "la tourrettane".
5 based on 1 reviews
Je suis une habituée de cette boutique découverte par hasard il y a quelques années.
La patronne peint elle même les icônes et les santons en galet que je collectionne !
Elle vend aussi dans sa boutique plein d'autres jolies choses et l'accueil est feutre et très sympathique
Un incontournable à l'entrée du village !
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