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La Verrerie de Biot, Biot
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Great experience but items for sale are extremely pricey. They would sell a lot more with lower prices especially at low season.
Toujours aussi bon et goûteux Prix raisonnable Grande terrasse, réservation conseillée grand parking payant mais avec le ticket le restaurant vous le valide vs ne payez pasStill as good and tasty big priced terrace, booking recommended large parking fee but with the ticket restaurant will post you it vs do not payshow original
A group of us from Ireland (26 in all) visited the glass factory by chance and decided to have lunch at the small restaurant in the grounds. We had made no booking and so created problems for the chef... read more »
A very interesting experience.
Saverio De MicheleA nice glassware, full of various artefacts, furnaces are on and you can see the workers at work. The country to another on the ridge is pretty cool.show original
Frédéric JuncaA must see, very interesting visit. Personal shop very nice and smiling, despite a certain affluence and the presence of unsustainable children and very evil high inside the shop. Only downside: recently a large part of glassblowers does not speak a word of french and seems to come from the countries of the East. (Polish?) This does not probably detract from the quality of the work but it is very sad that this work of art is more entrusted exclusively to authentic Provencal in the region. Hope that young Provencal will not leave this traditional and ancestral knowledge escape them and they will engage in this beautiful craft. We have the right to dream...show original
Michel CadouI visited it a decade ago d years, here is worth a look. I didn't think that it could be flooded. Sad to see these images of desolation on TV... Michel a breton.show original
Jean-marc deslotThe visit lacks a bit of dynamismshow original
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