Grasse is famous around the world for its leading role in the perfume industry, combining the complementary charms of a dynamic city and an important cultural heritage. The Emperor Napoleon I himself, far from having time for sightseeing, crossed this city and its enchanting territory as part of the Epic of the Hundred Days. This strong moment in history gave birth to the legendary route called “The Napoleon Route”.
The Côte d'Azur, its sun and its “Moyen Pays”: a real space of well-being, authenticity, flavors and scents! This could be the maxim of the tourist players of Grasse and the Pays Grassois, whose only ambition is to make you discover and appreciate their space of relaxation and leisures, their natural and cultural sites, their hotels, their restaurants,
their golf courses, etc. ... At the start of this millennium focused mainly on a return to authenticity and well-being, the setting of Grasse is in the spotlight, and many visitors contemplate with interest this vast amphitheater which contains a considerable number of historical and architectural treasures.
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