Pays de Grasse is the union of the City of Grasse with the surrounding region.
Well, actually not something really exciting. ... At first sight.
Auteur, Caméra, Montage : Bert Schwarz
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The second look, on the other hand, opens interesting things for our travel planning. The hinterland of Grasse offers many possibilities for a holiday alone, as a couple, with the whole family and child and cone.
While in the city one can concentrate on perfume, chocolate or other dangerous sweets, in the hinterland there are really unexpected things: a small brewery, which strictly speaking is still located in Grasse, but where the little streets ("Chemin") and the area with its many olive groves come very close to the hinterland.
The hinterland then offers the agony of choice: nature is plentiful here. Above ground to visit Europe's last buffalos and wild horses or to let off steam for young and old, underground to watch and marvel and, once again in daylight, also in smaller estates where the splendour of blossoms unfolds ... and in the end sweets and jam come out again.
In the end you can let yourself go and relax as you please. How the balance between calorie bombs and romping around looks like is up to you. Remarkable, in any case, is the fact that we never get the feeling of having to do without something or having missed something. And if you can't do everything, you just come back.
That brings me now very elegantly to the cue 'where and how to sleep?'. We have compiled a small list for you. With no claim being complete and with the comments provided as we find it along our taste and our interests.
For survival there are definitely enough restaurants, bistros, brasseries or - for campers - retailers and supermarkets.