: The exotic garden, The Oceanographic Museum, the Palace unveils some of its treasures (open from June to October), the State Apartments, the Courtyard of Honour with its horseshoe staircas, the Hercule Gallery and the Throne Room, The National Museum of Dolls and Clockwork Exhibits, H. S. H The Prince’s Private Collection of Vintage Cars, the Naval Museum.Menton
: Saint Michel Church and the Chapel of the White Penitents. Monastery of the Annonciade, The russian Church, Maria Serena Garden, The Garden of Serre de la Madone, Fontana Rosa, the novellist’s garden, Val Rahmeh botanical gardens, Menton and Jean Cocteau, The hinterland of Menton. ...Grasse
: Villa-Musée Fragonard, Museum of Provençal Art and History, Perfum Museum : Perfume established the renown of the city of Grasse throughout the world, Special note : Signs in braille for blind people and spacious lifts for handicaped visitors.Antibes
: The Picasso Museum – Grimaldi Castel – Place Mariejol, The Ramparts of the Old Town, The « Visiobulle » : Sight-seeing from the Glass Chamber. An under-see look at the Cape of Antibes. The little train : a ride rounds Antibes Juan-les-Pins. La Garoupe Lighthouse : one of the most powerful lighthouse on the Riviera. Cannes
: The visit of Cannes begins on the Croisette, the most famous promenade in the world. The heart of Cannes was made for strolling through. An equal to the Croisette for charm, running parallel to it, offers a myriad of « jewel boxes » that will delight shoppers, perfum shops, jewellers, florists, prêt-à-poetr boutiques, tea parlours, art galleries… Only a 15 minutes boat trip, discover Sainte Marguerite and Saint Honorat islands.Eze Village
: The Medieval City with its alleys that house numerous artists’ and craftsmen’s workshops, all crowned by the Exotic Gardens and Castel. The Chapel of the White Penitents : the only monument dating from the 14th century still undamaged since the Middle Ages. The Coast with its beaches and pines, a summer resort along a pleasure and partly shades beach, now rare to find on the Côte d’Azur.Vallauris
: The Château-Musée : The « Château » houses Picasso’s famous tableau « La Guerre et la Paix », in the romanesque chapel, the oldest part (13Th century).
The « Musée Magnelli, musée de la céramiqueé containing rich and fascinating collections, especially of ceramics : modern ceramics and contemporaries… Teh pottery museum is a faithful reconstruction of a potter’s workshop at the beginning of this Century. The display is structured to show the different stages of producing pottery : preparation of the clay, glazes, the potter’s wheel, firing in a wood-burning oven, and decoration.Biot
: The village of glass : In 7 workshops (entry free), you can discover the technical and creativity of reputed master craftsmen who blow glass before the public.
A visit to the old village the arrowed panels, its narrow streets, pitoresque « calades », ramparts, etc… Walks : 60 km in 5 circuits covering 5 communes.
Golf course of 18 holes and school.
Tennis : 27 courts
« Boules », Poney club. Saint-Paul-de-Vence
: Take a stroll from the terrain de boules where Yves Montant and Lino Ventura used to play, and discover the fortress walls erected by François Mandon de Saint Remy, King François 1er’s military engineer. The go througt the Porte Royale dated from 16th Century. The Rue Grande is all yours with its art-galleries, workshops and stalls full of local and regional products. [+]
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