Corso Fleuri de Pélissanne

The Pélissanne Corso Fleuri began in the 1950s when the first floats were built to for the famous “mid-Lenten cavalcade”. Volunteers have been keeping this famous provençal event going for over 60 years by building and decorating the floats for the Corso Fleuri in crêpe paper and flowers.

Come and enjoy the parade that generally takes place on Palm and Easter Sundays in the village of Pélissanne. The parade ends with the Caramentran bonfire. Each year there is a different theme and colours for the parade.

The floats featured in the Corso Fleuri were also showcased at the feux de la Saint Jean event in a nighttime parade in Pelissanne.

 

Corso Fleuri dates in 2014:

The first parade will be held on Sunday, 13 April 2014 at 3 p.m.

The second parade will take place on Sunday, 20 April 2014 at 3 p.m.

Contact the Massif des Costes Tourist Office for more information.