Alpes-de-Hautes-Provence. Meolans-Revel : Following Jean Giono

The CCAS d'animation offers various discoveries to retirees from Meolans-Revel, Le Lauzet-Ubaye, La Breole and Saint-Vincent-les-Forts under the guidance of the host Celine.

Alpes-de-Hautes-Provence. Meolans-Revel : Following Jean Giono

The CCAS d'animation offers various discoveries to retirees from Meolans-Revel, Le Lauzet-Ubaye, La Breole and Saint-Vincent-les-Forts under the guidance of the host Celine. Regularly, the program offers board games, meals, and wellness activities, along with cultural outings. There were approximately twenty day-trippers who traveled to Manosque recently for two amazing discoveries.

The first is the Jean Giono house, where the screenwriter and writer lived nearly his entire life up to his death in 1970. This house museum was used as a heritage guide to bring the writer to life. Jean Giono called La Parais the place where he wrote most his 40 works. It has been frozen for over five decades. Ubayan visitors can be transported to the author's world in the middle his library, which contains around nine thousand works. These include the classics that inspired the low Alpine storyteller. Jean Giono is not really unknown in Saint-Vincent-les-Forts where he stayed from September 1944 to January 1945. A street in the village has been named after him recently.

They then visited the La Thomassine gardens and orchards on Manosque's heights. This 9-hectare estate is home to ancient fruit trees. Some of them are on the brink of extinction. Expert arborists keep watch. These gardeners, along with the Luberon Regional Park, have protected around 400 varieties of apples, pears and cherries. Expert multiplication operations ensure their sustainability.

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