Ferme de La Celestine

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Ferme de La Celestine
5
Sklepy specjalistyczne i z pamiątkami
Tuesday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00
Wednesday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00
Thursday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00
Friday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00
Saturday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00
Sunday
10:00 - 12:00
15:00 - 19:00

5.0
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Lisa98000
Regusse, Francja15 contributions
Definitely worth a visit!
maj 2016 • Pary
Authentic provencal farm where Magali and Rene will give you a warm welcome! A must visit to get a feel of provence.
Written 24 maja 2016
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debfrance
FRANCE13 contributions
Profoundly Provencal
kwi 2016 • Pary
We had heard about La Celestine, so made a day trip to the area. 1h15 hour drive from the Antibes area (partially via autoroute). Once off the autoroute, the drive took us through the Var countryside, from nearly sea level to over 500m. Our itinerary took us through towns (Villecroze, Flayosc, Aups) with each town having it's own interesting focal point (Flayosc: a surprisingly good haute-cuisine lunch (la Fleur de Thym)). We checked the hours of La Celestine in advance, to be sure they were there. We visited the workshops + museum. After much scrutiny, we ended up purchasing numerous baskets by Rene, wooden objects by their son Laurent, jams and ceramic tableware by Magali, and we put in an order for made-to-order pitchers. They were just preparing their fields for the vegetable garden from which they sell in season - hope to return during the season to purchase veggies. They also sell their produce, in-season, in local weekly street markets. Basketweaving courses are available from OCT-APR. We left their with a feeling of serenity and deep pleasure of having touched on people and a lifestyle deeply provencal. We highly recommend visiting La Celestine, as well as wandering around this area of the Var.
Written 26 kwietnia 2016
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Nicholas L
Londyn, UK2 contributions
Rene and Magali, incredible artisans
sie 2015 • Znajomi
Rene weaves cane like no one. You'll find baskets for fruit / mushrooms picking / cheese boards / lamp shades / etc.
Magali is a potter and maintains the traditional methods from Biot, with a modern twist.
She is also a great cook, and makes jam that is usually finished after a few breakfasts...

Everything they do is hand made.

For anybody in the region, I would highly recommend a stop at their farm, they will be more than happy to show you around their farm which is slowly becoming a craft museum!

Stop by before noon or after 3.30 pm.

PS. Although they used to have a restaurant, they no longer do that.
Written 15 września 2015
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alainwelch
Chioggia 668 contributions
A delightful couple and family .
cze 2015
Both husband and wife are superb craftsmen/women.
He produces the cane with which he weaves beautiful baskets , and the like .
His wife is from a family of potters from Biot in the Alpes Maritimes.
Her work is superb and I have purchased many things from them both over the years.
They also produce small plants for replanting like pansies , etc.
The quality is excellent .
Written 12 czerwca 2015
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holmca
Regusse, Francja16 contributions
Unique experience
maj 2014 • Pary
I have not eaten here for a year or so, but great fresh food. The vegetables are mostly home grown and they are beautifully cooked. Highly recommended.
Written 15 kwietnia 2015
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