Greeters at the Salon-de-Provence
Founded in New York in the 1990s, the international Greeters’ movement brings together volunteer locals who are passionate about their city or region. Greeters host visitors as they would friends – free of charge.
The passion that Greeters have for their regions, cities and villages marks a return to local hospitality, and in 2014 France became home to more Greeters than anywhere else in the world.
Salon-de-Provence, famed for its soap-making and Nostradamus, set up its network of volunteer locals in 2015, thus becoming part of the regional network alongside Marseille-Provence and Nice.