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Grasse: Design Your Own Fragrance at a Perfume Factory

1. Grasse: Design Your Own Fragrance at a Perfume Factory

Create your own perfume at the family-run La Maison Molinard perfume factory, founded in 1849, making it one of the oldest perfume manufacturers in France. Learn how Grasse became the world’s capital of perfume and discover how the Molinard factory continues the traditions of excellence today.  Explore how perfume is distilled from raw ingredients, and then select one of the notes from a selection of 90 different essences to make your own individual fragrance. Benefit from the assistance of a Creation Molinard expert to ensure your fantasy becomes reality. Leave with a 50ml bottle of your unique scent.  Please arrive on time for your session, any delay of more than 10 minutes can result in the cancellation.

Grasse: Perfume Workshop

2. Grasse: Perfume Workshop

Created in 1849, La Maison Molinard is a family business that over the years has passed down its enthusiasm and high standards. In Grasse, the world’s capital of perfume, five successive generations have handed down their secrets. Recognized as a tribute to its rare and ancestral know-how, the company reinvents itself every day with its passion to create. After your visit to the historical factory, create your own perfume. A contemporary and fun way to create your own perfume in a few key stages. In this workshop, discover 3 bases and 6 essences and create your own 30ml bottle of perfume.

Nice: Countryside Tour with Grasse

3. Nice: Countryside Tour with Grasse

Discover medieval castles and charming towns as you tour the countryside around Nice. Visit Grasse and learn about the history of French perfume, explore the cobblestone streets of Saint Paul de Vence, and stop at the Gorges du Loup waterfall. After pick up, you travel to the old town of Grasse, the historical center of French perfumery since the end of the 18th century. You will have the opportunity to visit Fragonard perfumery. Continue on to Gourdon, one of the most beautiful perch villages of France, and admire a panoramic view of the Riviera from the Alps over the coast. You will visit the castle, built in the 9th century, and its sumptuous garden, dissected by Lenotre. Enjoy a stop to visit the waterfall 40metres high in the Gorges du Loup. The next stop is the medieval village Tourette Sur Loup, settled on a rocky buttress, overhanging precipices. Also know as Cite des Violettes, this village became a meeting place for musicians, painters, writers, and poets in the middle of the 1920s. Today more than thirty workshops and galleries make the village a place of high standing for art and craft on the Riviera. Your last destination will be Saint Paul de Vence, an extraordinary treasure of Provence that has over time become the garden of many painters.

Grasse: Private Perfume Creation

4. Grasse: Private Perfume Creation

Created in 1849, this perfume company is a family business which over the years has passed down its enthusiasm and high standards. In Grasse, the world’s capital of perfume, five successive generations have handed down their secrets. Recognized as a tribute to its rare and ancestral know-how, the company reinvents itself every day with their passion to create. Design your own personal fragrance in the boutique. A Molinard creation expert will interpret your flights of fancy and help you to compose the perfect olfactory symphony. Enjoy a personalized session. Please arrive on time for your session, any delay of more than 10 minutes can result in the cancellation.

From Nice: Full-Day French Riviera Sightseeing Trip

5. From Nice: Full-Day French Riviera Sightseeing Trip

Explore the famed countryside and towns of Provence on a full-day guided tour. Discover pine forests, vast vineyards, and the region's towns — from hidden gems like Tourettes-sur-Loup to famous destinations like Cannes. Begin your tour in Antibes where you'll discover the old town and market square. Stroll along Billionaire's Pier and admire the luxury yachts. Then switch gears and shop colorful wares at a traditional Provencal market. Continue your journey to the star-studded Cannes. Stroll along the Croisette and enjoy gourmet bites and shopping at luxury boutiques. Visit Saint Paul-De-Vence and walk in the footsteps of famous artists like Matisse, Picasso, and Chagall. Break for lunch and head to Grasse, the historical center of the French perfume industry. Stop at the renowned Fragonard perfumery and treat yourself to a special fragrance. Next travel to Gourdon, known as one of the most beautiful perch villages of France, and enjoy panoramic views. End your tour in the medieval village of Tourettes-sur-Loup, perched on a rocky buttress. Also known as Cite des Violettes, this village became a meeting place for artists in the 1920s and remains today an artistic haven on the Riviera.

Cannes Shore Excursion: Grasse, Gourdon, St. Paul de Vence

6. Cannes Shore Excursion: Grasse, Gourdon, St. Paul de Vence

Disembark from the port of Cannes and explore the countryside. Walk along the glamorous Croisette’s boulevard. Travel inland and awaken your senses at the World's capital of perfume in Grasse, and visit Saint Paul de Vence. In the bay of Cannes, along the sandy beaches and luxurious boutiques, stroll on the mythic Croisette’s boulevard and imagine the glamour on the red carpet of the Film Festival Palace among the celebrities’ handprints. Escape inland and unlock your senses in Grasse, the World’s capital of perfume. Appreciate a guided tour in a factory that will reveal to you its secrets, or wander in the heart of Old Town. Reach Gourdon, which culminates over the “Big Blue Sea”. Wind down the river Loup gorges in order to end your journey by Saint Paul de Vence, one of the most visited villages in France and one of the top places for artists since the ’20s.

Countryside tour in Provence from Nice

7. Countryside tour in Provence from Nice

Drive to Cannes, see the film festival palace and feel like a star walking on the famous Croisette boulevard with its prestigious hotels and its sandy beaches. Follow the coast road to Antibes see the old town, the provencal market and the Pablo Picasso Museum. You will admire the billionnaire's pier which welcome the largest and fanciest yachts of the world. And then go to Saint Paul de Vence a wonderful medieval village where many of the great painters and artists have stayed. You will appreciate the charm of its stone architecture. Then photo stop in Tourettes-sur-Loup the city of violets, suspended on the flanks of the mountain. Numerous artisans have set up shops in the town, adding their production to the local harvest of olives, carnations, roses and above all, violets which furnish the town's annual fete with one of the most prized floral displays on the Riviera. Gourdon is a nice village built on the top of a rocky spur some 800 metres high, this veritable eagle's nest of a feudal village. The main street of the village leads to a tiny square that is a veritable viewing platform for the Riviera, offering an exceptional panorama looking out towards Nice and beyond to the Mont de l'Esterel. And you'll finish by Grasse which is a welcoming picturesque resort town on an outstanding site. The main industry of the town today, as it has been for centuries, is perfumemaking of which is the world capital.

Discover Cannes, Grasse & St Paul de Vence

8. Discover Cannes, Grasse & St Paul de Vence

Discover the French Riviera and its glittering attractions in one action packed day. You will head to Saint Paul de Vence to discover the art galleries, the old streets and fountains. You will be fascinated by the atmosphere with the medieval streets; the building from the 17 and  18th Centuries.  You will see the Foundation Maeght which contains work by modern artists such as Bonnard, Marc Chagall and Joan Miro. In Grasse, you will visit the old city and a famous perfume factory. You will learn the process from the flowers to the perfume. In Cannes you will pass by the palace, the Carlton, and other places.

Cannes & Grasse: Private Half-Day Shore Excursion

9. Cannes & Grasse: Private Half-Day Shore Excursion

Discover the seaside resort of Cannes, the city of the stars, with splendid palaces, and the Film Festival Palace with its famous red carpet surrounded by celebrities’ handprints. Stroll along the “Croisette” boulevard bordered with magnificent sandy beaches and dress-designer stores. Reach the inland for its quietness and awaken your senses in Grasse, the World’s capital of perfume. Enjoy a guided tour in a perfume factory that will reveal to you its secrets and as you wander in the heart of Old Town.

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4.1 / 5

based on 119 reviews

Our tour guide, Nic was incredible! His knowledge of history and local culture made us fall in love with each stop before we even arrived! The destinations were stunning. I love that we were gracefully kept to a schedule to ensure seeing everything we possibly could while still allowing time to experience each unique stop.

Mary, our instructor, was clearly very experienced. Everything was clean and orderly and I wish we could've stayed longer to learn more. The take away was fantastic. I can't wait to go back.

Visit of the museum, explanation of how to create the perfume and creation of your own perfume. 1 unique experience !! I recommend it

Very nice discovery! Our guide was fantastic, we really appreciated his professionalism and kindness! Thank you Empress! ;)

Very playful perfume making workshop, guide with very good advice. All of the staff very pleasant.