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Dolce Frégate Provence Staff Picks

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    Set Sail Today

    Set Sail Today

    Just under a twenty-minute drive away, history lovers will be able to indulge in the incredible exhibits at the Musée National de la Marine Toulon.

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    Beekeeping – Your Unique Tour Opportunity

    Housing 12 beehives, the Dolce Frégate Provence offers its guests an experience like no other. Our expert beekeeper, Cyril Antunes, provides beehive tours for you and your family to learn up-close-and-personal how these extraordinary creatures function and produce honey just at the edge of our golf course.

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    The Making of the Savon de Marseille

    Soap makers in Marseille have been creating, one-of-a-kind, gentle soaps that people across the globe have loved and indulged in.

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    Bask in the Beauty of Bandol Wine

    There’s no Provence without Bandol wine and no Bandol without the South of France. Some will go so far as to say that Bandol wine is Provence’s best-kept secret. Well, the secrets out now.

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    Journey Through the Gorgeous Gorges Du Verdon

    The Gorges du Verdon is quite a sight to behold! This 25-kilometer long river canyon is one of the many must-see natural wonders of South Provence. Its turquoise-green waters are perfect for visitors to kayak and canoe down the gorge.

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    The F1 Grand Prix

    Dolce Fregate Provence was in pole position at the french F1 Grand Prix. Here are every information from the F1 Grand Prix, and an interview of the Dolce Fregate Provence's manager, Guy Robert.

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    Nature Lovers, Rejoice!

    Don’t just observe the beautiful scenery that surrounds Dolce Frégate Provence. Instead, discover, explore, and experience it for yourself! Our unique location overlooking the Mediterranean Sea provides convenient access to a variety of exceptional natural sites, especially the breathtaking Calanque de Port d'Alon (Port d'Alon Creek).

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