Family History

Founded in 1866
by Marius Lilamand

then Candied fruits maker in the heart of Saint-Rémy de Provence, The Confiserie Lilamand was taken over in 1903 by his son Justin, who devoted himself exclusively to candied fruit and set up his new workshops in the old tannery at the exit of the village.
And from father to son, Georges, then Robert, then Pierre, and…
here, the story remains to be written !
Culture of tradition

For 5 generations

Today, Pierre Lilamand, applying the recipe advocated by Nostradamus and Olivier de Serres, four centuries earlier, perpetuates this know-how handed down for 5 generations, in this factory steeped in history.
Since march 2009


The factory has expanded with a new confectionery workshop dedicated to calissons, candied fruit syrups and jams, while preserving the fundamentals, rigour, know-how and quality. Having become too small, the calissons workshop has moved to a brand new factory built for the occasion, 1300m2 are now dedicated to it, allowing a comfortable and reassuring development…

Looking to the future

We are determined to preserve our history, our know-how, the quality of our products, our traditional and artisanal confectioning, and to combine exceptional products to make even more exceptional ones. Passing on these values to future generations, as a gentle priesthood.

In a few figures

For more than 150 years now, Lilamand has continued to pass on the same values of exceptional know-how, the heritage of an almost thousand-year-old Provencal tradition.


Marius LILAMAND, pastry chef and confectioner, founded the Confiserie des Alpilles in Saint- Rémy de Provence.


In l’Isle sur la Sorgue, a shop, a confectionery and pastry workshop, a museum…


Pierre Lilamand takes over the confectionery


The company commits itself and becomes a producer of its own almonds

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