Abbaye Saint-Michel de Frigolet, Tarascon

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Religious Site
Abbaye Saint-Michel de Frigolet is located in Tarascon. Plan to visit Abbaye Saint-Michel de Frigolet during your Tarascon vacation using our convenient Tarascon trip itinerary planner.
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  • What nice area to walk around, enjoy the green areas. A corner of nature unspoiled and peaceful. Beautiful relaxation! Place to keep!
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  • Take a stroll and enjoy the sweetness of the Abbey. When you're finished you satisfy this place run fill you up to another more terrestrial food in this restaurant or you will feel like in the old family farmhouse that awaits you in Provence all summer. Of course, and fortunately, the kitchen is up to the break. Come on more than a very small effort on hospitality a little remote and this will be the 'paradise'.
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  • I have whenever I visit the Abbey of Saint Michel de Frigolet, a newcomer the road that monte to the Abbey from Tarascon gives me the impression of entering a fairy tale, the cicadas in the background and ochre colours, trees, sky blue, calm, very quiet. The place is ideal for a picnic, don't forget to visit the gift shop and take a bottle of elixir (of the Sun in a bottle) I come several times during my holidays at the camping St Gabriel in Tarascon.
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  • I often come here to rest with my campsite looking for quiet and nature very nice place to walk around on foot or by bicycle
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  • Nice place to visit! Possibility to picnic
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  • Fabulous place of meditation. .. .in a beautiful setting.
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  • Lovely quiet
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