Joelette lets you truly enjoy the city or the great outdoors

Making heritage, art, and events accessible to people with reduced mobility or disabilities.

The Joëlette is a patented means of transportation designed specifically for persons with disabilities. It is similar to a sedan chair with a central wheel. It is steered and pushed by two able-bodied porters and allows access to all terrains, including those with steep slopes and obstacles.
The Joëlette is available for City of Grasse events like the Expo Rose, Jasmine Festival, Rendez-vous aux Jardins, and more.



Typical circuit in an urban setting :

Length : 1 hour, starting on the Cours Honoré Cresp, a tour of the Palais des Congrès convention hall, the boulevard Jeu du Ballon, the Musée International de la Parfumerie, the Place aux Aires, the rue de l’Oratoire, the Place aux Herbes, the Évêché quarter, the Place de la Poissonnerie, the cathedral and adjacent sea view, back through the old town, the Villa Fragonard and gardens, return to Cours Honoré Cresp via the Allée des Bains.

Typical circuit in suburban areas :

Length : 2 hours. Leave from Grasse St Matthieu – Promenade along the Canal de la Siagne - Arrive at the Jardins du MIP (perfumery museum gardens) in Mouans-Sartoux.
Length : 30 minutes. Guided onsite tour by a botanist in the terraced gardens of the MIP in Mouans Sartoux.



21 avenue Henri DUNANT
06130 GRASSE
Phone : +33(0)6 42 20 56 10