The Carillon de l'Oratoire

The carillon on Rue de l’Oratoire was installed in late summer 2012. 

It is comprised of twelve bells that chime every hour (10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), playing the celebrated Provençal anthem “Se Canto.” 

At noon, it puts on a three-minute “mini-concert” for spectators. For this musical interlude, the bells play another famous tune from Provençal culture, “Coupo Santo.” 

Créations Boselli

Jean-Pierre Boselli, a native of Grasse, the son and grandson of perfume-plants producers, grew up in the world of flowers and fragrance, which naturally forged his ultimate artistic propensities.

Wood, a material second nature to him, was a way for him to combine his two passions, perfume and wood, following an inspiring television program on bottles.

RELAIS DU PEYLOUBET

In a bastide early eighteenth, 2 hectares in the heart of a protected and authentic park.
- 5 large charming rooms, modern bathroom, private terrace, TV, DVD player, stereo, fridge ...
- Pool, parking.
- Summer kitchen available
- Near golf, tennis. Grasse southeast, direction Nice, Antibes.

LE MAS DES VIOLETTES

Come spend a few days in our guest room for your vacation, a relaxing weekend, or even for a business trip.
Ideally set between the sea and the mountains, just a 10-minute walk from historic downtown Grasse and all public transportation.
We are your hosts in a down-to-earth, warm, friendly family atmosphere; we will gladly tell you about our region and our favorite places and introduce you to the flavorful specialties of the South of France!

LA CANIA

Tucked away on a hillside south of Grasse, in an utterly peaceful setting on extensive grounds dotted with centuries-old olive trees, La Cania welcomes you to a setting that is sure to enchant you!

You will appreciate the serenity, sunshine, and the unobstructed view of the surrounding hills from the garden and a magnificent, secured swimming pool (heated in mid-season).