La Gacilly

The history of Yves Rocher coincides with his village. La Gacilly is now a bustling and thriving town that has found the right balance of industry, craftsmanship and appreciation for nature. Thousands of visitors come to the village every year.

In 1959, Yves Rocher began making his botanical beauty products in his native village of La Gacilly, in Brittany, France.
Yves Rocher makes his first homemade lesser celandine cream in his family's attic in La Gacilly.
The Végétarium is a discovery museum where you can learn about the brand in the current events space, the Botanical Beauty Workshop and the Végétarium Café.
The Jardin Botanique (Botanical Garden) is a plant conservatory where more than 1,000 species are indexed, studied and preserved – including a rare collection of Artemisia and sage plants.
Since 1972, craftspeople have lined the streets of La Gacilly and displayed their work in the town square.
From June to September, La Gacilly hosts the Festival Peuples & Nature (Peoples & Nature Festival), the most beautiful outdoor photo gallery in the world.
Yves Rocher grows organic plants on its 55 acres of fields. Today they serve most of the brand's botanical needs.
The five plants in Brittany produce and ship over 300 million products per year and provide over 10,000 direct and indirect jobs in La Gacilly and the region.
In 2009, Yves Rocher created an Eco-Hotel Spa called La Grée des Landes. The sky was the limit, the construction uncompromising and it exists in perfect harmony with its ecosystem.

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