Things to see and do - Grasse
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Grasse Travel guide
Grasse : Michelin's recommendations
Climbing up the lower slopes of high limestone plateaux and dominating the scented plains that give it its name, Grasse's main attraction is the view of the sea from its gardens. The narrow streets of the old town, with their ochre facades, lack of uniformity, arcades and staircases, are very Italian in style.
Tourist attractions Grasse : Things to see and do
8 cours du Jeux de Ballons F - 06130 Grasse
Reopened in 2008, this museum extends over nearly 3,500m2. The extremely modern interior was designed by Frédéric Jung. Highlights include a "scented" video screening; presentation of plants used in the perfume industry; rotating chronologi..
Place aux Herbes F - 06130 Grasse
The very lively market that takes place in this square sells Provençal herbs and all kinds of lettuce.
23 bd Fragonard F - 06130 Grasse
This museum pays tribute to three generations of Fragonards: Jean-Honoré, the father; his sister-in-law Marguerite Gérard; his son Alexandre-Évarisre; and grandson Théophile. The real painter of the family was undoubtedly Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-..
39 Avenue Yves Emmanuel Baudoin, Route Napoléon F - 06130 Grasse
Located a 10-minute walk from Grasse city centre, Hotel Mandarina Grasse is a former Carmelite hostel offering quiet accommodation. The terrace and some of the rooms offer stunning views of Cannes’s bay. In the Mandarina Hotel, guests can choose fro..
Rue Martine Carol F - 06130 Grasse
2 Place Du Cours Honore-Cresp F - 06130 Grasse
The hotel is situated right in the heart of Grasse, the world's perfume capital, just 2 minutes from the historical centre, the museums and perfume factories. Quiet and comfortable, Hotel Panorama offers modern facilities. From the rooms’ balconies ..
83 av. Auguste-Renoir F - 06520 Magagnosc
This restaurant overlooking the countryside surrounding Grasse serves fine cuisine which is unfussy and full of the fresh flavours of Provence. Seasonal and colourful market produce takes pride of place on the menu.
48 av. Henri-Dunant F - 06130 Grasse
In this superb building everything is elegant and refined and the terrace is quite simply exquisite! As for Jacques Chibois' fine Provencal cuisine, he brings out the best in the seasonal ingredients by preferring organic produce.
381 rte de Plascassier F - 06130 Grasse
The terrace under the plane trees with views of Mouans-Sartoux and the Théoule golf course is exceptional. The chef, Emmanuel Ruz, works with beautifully fresh ingredients and chooses to use local producers. An agreeable place to eat.
pl. du Patti F - 06130 Grasse
r. Martine-Carol F - 06130 Grasse