L’Occitube, The Little Yellow Well-Being Truck

It’s a little yellow van filled with L’Occitane products that crisscrosses the roads of Provence. So no need to move: your favorite products – creams, perfumes or soaps – now come to you, with, as a bonus, a soothing hand massage.
By Angélique Jurquet

Perhaps you have already come across it. It’s true that with its bright yellow color, it’s hard to miss… We’re talking about the L’Occitube, this little retro truck that transports L’Occitane treasures and stops in different towns of Provence. Recently, it stopped at the gates of the Rencontres d'Arles festival before arriving in Marseille.

You’ll see, there’s usually a crowd around this old-world van. It must be said that as well as offering a large range of L’Occitane products, you will have the opportunity to test the classics and the latest releases of the 100% Made in Provence brand.

L’Occitube is a genuine well-being truck since on top of transporting skincare, creams, perfumes or soaps, a little hand massage is offered. A moment of relaxation that's too good to pass up.

Discover
L'Occitube
This summer in Marseille
Every Saturday at the Escale Borely on the waterfront
Every Sunday on the Place du Général Leclerc near the Old Port

L’Occitube, The Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
L’Occitube, the Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
Provence
Photographies Anne Marguin
L’Occitube, The Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
L’Occitube, the Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
Provence
Photographies FX Emery
L’Occitube, The Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
L’Occitube, the Little Yellow Well-Being Truck
Provence
Photographies FX Emery

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