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Beaulieu Sur Mer
The most “Beautiful place” on the French Riviera. Beaulieu-sur-Mer has remained the French Riviera’s symbol of charm and dreams : beaches “Baie des fourmis” and “ the petite Afrique” lined with palm trees, luxurious vegetation, deep blue sea, intense light…An Oasis of leisure and charm Beaulieu-sur-Mer has a Casino, a well known seaport, the famous Greek Villa Kérylos, and a typical Provencal market.
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Villefranche Sur Mer
Lying snugly at the heart of one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Villefranche-sur-Mer rises like a natural amphitheatre from the sea , whose micro-climate encourages the growth of a variety of exotic flora. Villefranche-sur-Mer bears witness to several centuries of different civilisations: the medieval Old Town, the mysterious “Rue Obscure”, the fortified harbour, the Citadelle (1557) built by the Duke of Savoy, the Saint Pierre Chapel decorated by Jean Cocteau, the outdoor theatre, the conference centre and 5 museums. A haven of peace untouched by time, this city of art has succeeded in preserving the charm and gentle character of an old-fashioned fishing village in spite of its expansion.
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Saint Jean Cap Ferrat
Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a dream peninsula which, in the course of history, has been a refuge, a place of prayer or of suffering but has always represented – for its visitors – an idyllic place between the sky and the sea enhanced by its exceptional beauty, still intact and by its beautifully preserved vegetation. Visit the Saint Hospice Chapel (17th century); the gardens at the Ephrussi de Rothshild villa, the Pleasure Harbour in the heart of the fishing village, the Zoo, or the Media Library. The beaches of “Paloma” and “Passable” along with the water sports centre offer all the pleasures of a seaside resort, complete with 14 km of practicable footpaths.
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Eze Sur Mer and village
Eze and its 3 “Corniches” roads. A noteworthy meeting point between the mountains and the Mediterranean. The coast road along the shady shore discreetly shrouds its surprising vegetation. This Eagle’s Nest, perched high on a rocky pinnacle, guards a medieval village which is a witness to history. On top of the 429 meters summit, suspended midway between the sea and the sky, the Exotic Garden overlooks the rooftops and the most stunning panorama in the world. The Grande Corniche Park is a direct escape route into Nature, along pretty scented pathways.
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Nice
From the prehistoric site of Terra Amata to the follies of its Belle Epoque architecture, plus the baroque treasures of its churches and contemporary sculptures scattered here and there, Nice capital of the Côte d’Azur, 5th town of France, offers a unique and extraordinary palette for fans of art and culture. Its long calendar of exhibitions, operas, theatre performances and many other events makes it even more highly appreciate by tourists from all over the world.

To visit, to see :
.The flower market on the “cours Saleya” in the Old town every morning except Monday
.The Old Town with the Boutiques, Baroques churches
.The Palais Lascaris in the Old Town, every day except Tuesday
.The pedestrian street and the Ave J.Médecin for its boutiques and big shops
.The Promenade des Anglais
.The Matisse Museum at Cimiez, every day except Tuesday
.The National Museum Message Biblique Marc Chagall in Cimiez
.The Russian Orthodox church, boulevard Tzarevitch, inaugurated in 1912

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Last update : 15/06/2013