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My wife and my mom decided to travel to Marseille and visit this beautiful factory.
Very authentic located in the center of the city. 2 min walking distance away from and underground safe car park.
The factory offers x3 in the afternoon around 30 min...More
There are multiple of these shops around the Vieux Port. But the one with the museum/workshop is on the harbour. We had read that tours are at 11am. When we turned up there was no one else around so the lovely museum curator gave us...More
An amazing place to visit it is still a working factory and has times when you can visit for free and you are shown the process it is mainly in French but the guide knows enough English to still tell you what's going on. You...More
Very cordial staff with good English-speaking ability. Great variety of very pure soaps. Rather a woman's pleasure as opposed to a man's, but gents may find the various machines and process interesting.
You might want to taxi up to this place, but you can walk...More
The smells in this store are just amazing! I couldn't decide which soaps I wanted so ended up buying one of each. Now I wish I got more. Everyday I get back home from work, the smell of rosemary, lavender, verveine is the first thing...More
Very interesting guided visit. The kids thought it was interesting. At the on-site store, bought long bars of 72% olive oil traditional Marseille soap. Smells strongly of soap perfumes but was definitely worth going to. Cours Julien is a nice area too. They also have...More
While strolling around the Old Port of Marseilles and passing the Savonnerie de la Licorne shop, you will be overwhelmed by the strong scent of their Provence perfumes that introducing you to the world of soaps in Marseilles.
You will be engulfed by lavender, verveine,...More