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Camping Les Pinèdes
146 pitches & rentals
1402 Route du Pont de Pierre - 06480 La Colle-sur-Loup
info@lespinedes.com
Languages spoken:French, English
Latitude:43.6818034 ( N 43° 40’ 54” )
Longitude:7.0832762 ( E 7° 4’ 60” )

Check-in possible from 02:00 PM to 07:00 PM

Airport

From the campsite, go towards Colle sur Loup village. Follow the direction Cagnes-sur-Mer - A8 motorway. Take the highway to exit # 51 "St Augustin / Aéroport". Follow the signs to the airport

Station ter

From the campsite, go towards Colle sur Loup village. Follow the road of Cagnes-sur-Mer (D6) then the avenue of Colle sur Loup then the Avenue de Grasse and finally turn left on the Avenue de la Gare.

Bus access from the village with line 400

Station tgv

The closest tgv stations are Antibes and Nice.

  • For Antibes, join the rn7 Villeneuve Loubet and follow there to the station. Access by bus from the village with line 20.
  • For Nice, leave towards Colle sur Loup village. Follow the direction Cagnes-sur-Mer - A8 motorway. Take the highway to exit # 50 "Nice promenade". Take the Mathis path to the exit "Gare Thiers". Access by bus from the village with the line 400 then the tram.
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Nearest airport:
  • (9.2 mi, 22 min)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (4.5 mi, 16 min)
  • (9.9 mi, 31 min)
  • (11.9 mi, 28 min)
Nearest seaport:
  • (12.9 mi, 37 min)

Each location / rental has a designated parking space.

For camping places

Arrivals are from 12 : 00 to 7.00pm. You must register at the reception before entering the campsite.

For rentals

Arrivals are from 15 : 00 to 7.00pm. You must register at the reception where two deposits will be required (covering possible damages, and the final cleaning) before accessing your rental.

- Conditions of admissions :

To enter in the campsite, set up your material and stay, you must first be authorised to do so by the campsite management, or his representative. His duty is to see, that the campsite is well kept and that it runs smoothly, as well as making sure that these internal regulations are respected.

Staying on the campsite implies that you accept and abide by the contents of the present internal regulations.

Can't be admitted onto the campsite as their main residence (art2,11/01/93 law).

Admittance is strictly forbidden to: salespersons, pedlars, hawkers, door to door sales persons. Any religious or political gatherings are strictly forbidden.

- Legal formalities:

Any person wishing to stay at least one night on the campsite must firstly present an identity card, a passport or an international camping carnet to management or his representative and fulfil any police formalities that may be required.

Unaccompanied minors are not admitted unless they have written permission from their parents, certified by the police.

- Installations:

The tent, caravan or any other equipment should be installed on the pitch authorised by the management or his representative.

- Reception:

The reception is open from 8.30 to 19.00. At the reception, you will find all the necessary information on the services provided by the campsite, possibilities of shopping, sport facilities, tourist attractions in the area, useful addresses. Suggestions and constructive criticism can be handed in at the reception. These will only be taken into consideration if they are signed, dated, relate to recent events and are clear and explicit.

- Fees/Payment:

Fees are to be paid at reception during office hours only. The price list is posted at the campsite entrance and at the reception. Fees are paid in accordance with the number of nights spent on site. Departure time is before 12 noon. Campers must notify reception the day before they wish to leave. Should you wish to leave before reception opens, please pay the day before.

- Noise and silence:

Campers are requested to avoid being noisy and having loud conversations which could disturb neighbouring campers. Radios, televisions..ect..., should be kept at the lowest possible volume. Car doors and car boots should be closed as quietly as possible, never slammed.

Complete silence is required between 23.00 and 7.00.

- Animals:

Animals are not accepted on the campsite unless authorised to do so by management. Dogs should be kept on the leash and should never be left unattended (even locked) on the campsite; their owners should always be present, as they are totally responsible for them. Dogs should not foul the campsite, but be taken out of the campsite for such purposes.

An insurance certificate should be presented to campsite management showing that your pets are covered in the events of an accident or damaged caused by them.

According to the French law (22/01/85), a vaccination certificate and tattoo/microchip identification certificate should be shown at reception. The animal should wear a collar with the name and address of the owner written on it and owners should clean up any mess made by their pet: (Law n°99.5 of the 06/01/1999)

Access to dogs in categories 1 and 2 is strictly forbidden on the campsite

Article 211 stipulates that should a dangerous dog be present on site, the local authorities will be called in.

- Visitors:

After having been authorised to enter the premises by management or his representative, visitors can have access to the campsite only under responsibility of the campers inviting them, between 9.00 and 22.00.

The camper may receive one or more visitors at reception. If these visitors are accepted on the campsite, the camper who invited them is financially responsible for them and should pay the taxes in vigour, for the use of services and installation. Prices are posted at the entrance and at the reception.

- Traffic movement and parking of vehicles:

On the campsite, vehicles should be driven at a maximum speed of 10 km per hour. Considering the particularity of the ground, the circulation is tolerated during the night, under certain conditions: drive slowly, light must e at the minimum, avoid to slam the doors and to speak. Only vehicles belonging to campers staying on the campsite are allowed to circulate on the campsite. It's strictly forbidden to park on neighbouring pitches and vehicles should not block any passageway or hinder new campers setting up camp.

- Hygiene and behaviour:

Each person should refrain from committing any act whatever that would cause prejudice to the cleanliness, hygiene and general aspect of the campsite, specially the sanitary installations.

It's forbidden to throw wastewater in the gutters. Caravaners and camping carists should imperatively empty their wastewater in the adequate places provided for that purpose.

Rubbish, waste of any kind, paper…should be put in the bins.

Clothes and dish washing must be done only in the basins provided for that purpose, on the other hand up until 10.00, close to shelters, washing can be hung out to dry, discreetly without disturbing neighbours. Washing lines should never be tied to trees. Plants and floral decorations should be respected. It's absolutely forbidden to drive nails into trees or cut the branches.

It's not permitted to put up fences or any other kind of barrier, nor is it permitted to dig trenches. Any destruction caused to vegetation or fences will have to be paid for by its author.

The pitches occupied by the camper should be left as he found it upon his arrival.

- Security:
  • Fire: open fires (wood, charcoal…) are strictly forbidden; gas or strict lamps should be kept in perfect working order and never used in dangerous situations. Should a fire break out immediately inform reception. Extinguishers should be used if required. There is a first aid kit at reception.
  • Theft: Management is only responsible for objects deposited at reception. Management's responsibility is to check the campsite in general; the camper is responsible for his personal belongings and should report any suspicious behaviour immediately to reception. Despite the fact that the campsite is guarded, campers are invited to look after their own belongings and equipment.
- Games:

No violent games, or games which are liable to disturb neighbours, can be organised near the pitches. The TV Lounge can't be used for boisterous games. Children are always under the responsibility of their parents and should be under their surveillance at all times.

- Caravan storage:

No caravans or any other material belong to the campers can be left on site unoccupied; unless management has previously agreed. Prices for caravan storage are displayed in the office.

- Notice board:

These interior regulations are posted at the site entrance and at the reception. A copy can be obtained on demand.

- Violation of the internal regulations:

Should a camper disrupt the tranquillity of others campers, or not respect the present internal conditions, management or his representative can orally, or in writing, if considered necessary, formally notify the client that he must stop any disturbing behaviour or immediately leave the campsite. In case of serious or repeated disruption, and the camper having been formally notified any existing contract for residential pitches could be cancelled.

In case of illegal behaviour the manager can call the police to expulse the person.

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Low season

On order at the reception, your fresh bread awaits you every morning from 8 : 30

From June

At the small grocery store located in the center of the campsite (depending o the period, booking could be requested at the reception)

From April 1st to end of June then in September

Open every day for lunch and dinner except Tuesday evening and Wednesday all day

July and August

Open every day except Wednesday all day

From June

Find our small grocery store in the center of the campsite. Fresh bread, pastries, fruit juice, milk, wine, fresh products, tins…

Barbecues over high heat (charcoal, wood) are prohibited subject to expulsion. Gas or electric barbecues (maximum power 2000W) are tolerated.

From mid-June to mid-September, gas barbecue rental at the small grocery store of the campsite.

Business hours

The pool is open from 10 : 00am to 7 : 00pm non stop

Regulations

Do not forget to read the rules of the pool located at the entrance next to the foot bath :

  • It is strictly forbidden to enter with shoes around the pool. Shelves are available at the entrance
  • It is strictly forbidden to eat or drink around the pool, the terrace of the bar is arranged for this
  • It is strictly forbidden to swim dressed except swimming lycra
  • It is strictly forbidden to swim with swim shorts (speedo's only)
  • It is strictly forbidden to use inflatable mattresses, buoys, fins, snorkel, boat…
  • We remind you that children are under the responsibility of their parents only
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  • The 2nd Sunday of May : "Around the Rose", in the heart of the village. Sale of roses, rosebushes and cut flowers, Mediterranean plants and handmade products around perfume flowers, distillation of rose water, gardening tips, photo exhibition and sketches depicting the life of the cooperative of perfume flowers, folk dances, workshops for children… But also, a space dedicated to poetry and art in all its forms.
  • In July and August : Summer Festival :
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Place de Gaulle : "Aperitifs Jazz".
  • Every Thursday, the Nocturnal p'tites.
  • Fridays in the public garden : Shows at night.
  • Saturday nights, place de Gaulle : "In music… dance !", Theme dance parties, free access.
  • A Thursday in July and a Thursday in August, big night market. Sale of regional products and craft creations.
  • In September : La Colle Formerly, in the heart of the village. Day punctuated with the sound of fife and tambourine, folk dances, street entertainment, and throughout the village demonstrations of old crafts spinners spinning, ironworkers, blacksmiths, rewinders, weavers, washerwomen… Sales of regional and artisanal products.
  • In December : Christmas Market and Christmas Children, in the heart of the village. Free entertainment : Carousel and shows, creative workshops, various games, makeup, balloon sculptor, street entertainment and Santa with his sled… Sale of regional products, craft creations, musical entertainment.
  • Information for all events at the Tourist Office on + 33 4 93 32 68 36.
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This famous village in the French Riviera hills has enchanted many artists

This charming village perched between the Col de Vence pass and the Mediterranean offers visitors some magnificent views. On the sea side, there is an unobstructed view all the way to the Cap d'Antibes: a scene that has inspired many a painter, charmed by those Provençal colours. Modigliani, Matisse, Soutine and Utrillo fell under the spell of the light in this medieval town and committed those stunning views to canvas. At the entrance to the village, in the shade of the big plane trees, the famous Place du jeu de boules, immortalised by the pétanque games of Lino Ventura and Yves Montand, is always a must-see.

Endowed with bastioned ramparts during the Renaissance in order to withstand Charles Quint's army, Saint-Paul-de-Vence still has some vestiges of its eventful past. The old stone houses on narrow side streets neighbour grand arcades, winding flights of steps and an old fountain whose peaceful babbling song creates a soothing atmosphere, typical of France's tranquil southern villages.

Stop in front of a few of the region's renowned art galleries in order to contemplate the colourful works of art, a wonderful reflection of Provence's rich heritage. A walk to the village centre is a good idea in order to visit the collegiate church, built in the 12th century then extended in the 17th century. There you can admire a magnificent painting of Saint Catherine of Alexandria by Tintoretto, along with a beautiful Way of the Cross in walnut wood.

Before leaving Saint-Paul-de-Vence, be sure to visit the Maeght Foundation, one of the renowned attractions of this village in the heights of the French Riviera. This bastion of modern art houses one of the most important collections of sculptures, etchings and paintings of the 20th century, including work by Marc Chagall, Pierre Bonnard and Fernand Léger. A walk in its garden dotted with sculptures is a must, as is a trip to the patio, where a sumptuous mosaic pool in Georges Braques' unmistakable style has pride of place. As you can see, Saint-Paul-de-Vence is brimming with countless treasures!

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A major destination for modern and contemporary art

If you are staying in or passing through Saint-Paul-de-Vence, a famous village in Alpes-Maritimes, be sure to pay a visit to the Maeght Foundation. Named after the famous art dealer Aimé Maeght and his wife Marguerite, the foundation was created following a tragic event, the loss of their second child. Taking refuge in Saint-Paul-de-Vence while deep in mourning, Aimé Maeght received moral support from several great artists of the day, including Georges Braque and Fernand Léger, who encouraged him to create a venue dedicated to modern art. Based in a building that combines Mediterranean and avant-garde architecture, the Maeght Foundation was inaugurated in 1964 by André Malraux and today houses one of the country's most important collections of paintings, sculptures, etchings and drawings from the 20th century, with works by such famous artists as Marc Chagall, Fernand Léger, Pierre Bonnard and Georges Braque.

Entirely devoted to art, the sculpture garden provides a backdrop for works by first-class artists, like the Stabile by Alexandre Calder and the fountain by Pol Bury. The inner patio is also worth a look, with a mosaic pool by Georges Braque, as are the central courtyard dedicated to Giacometti, and the Labyrinth, a monumental work by Miró filled with sculptures and ceramics!

The Maeght Foundation hosts temporary exhibitions all year round in this exceptional space, which is also designed to be a place for meetings and interaction with artists.

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A place devoted to the history of gastronomy and the father of modern French cuisine

Born in Villeneuve-Loubet, the chef, restaurateur and food writer Auguste Escoffier, "the king of cooks and the cook of kings", modernised and brought international recognition to French cuisine.

The Museum of Culinary Art was created in 1966 in the house where he was born, in the old village.

Gourmets and enquiring minds can admire a variety of utensils such as roasting spits, braisers, tripe pots, cake and chocolate moulds, sugar creations, chocolate sculptures, dressed tables and a collection of 1,500 old and modern menus.

Cherry on the cake: at the end of your visit, in July and August, you can sample Peach Melba, the famous dessert created in 1893 by Auguste Escoffier!

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Enjoy its old medieval town, Matisse chapel and Les Nuits du Sud festival

In the heights of the French Riviera, this beautiful medieval town has managed to preserve its narrow streets and shady squares within its thousand-year-old walls, with the soothing song of the fountains in the background. Surrounded by olive trees, the town nestles at the foot of the Baous mountain range. A stone bell tower with geometric lines reaches above its ochre roofs, the very picture of a typical locality in the Nice hinterland.

Architecture enthusiasts will notice Vence's very particular layout: in the 14th century, the houses were built backing onto the ramparts in order to protect them. That's why these medieval constructions are among the best preserved in France! Admire the detail of the houses with blue-tinted louvred shutters along the old Roman road: they seem to tell the story of a whole era. Continue your journey through time all the way to Place Godeau, where you will notice an old Roman column which was probably part of a temple. The charming square is located at the foot of the imposing Cathedral of the Nativity of Mary, which overlooks the houses in the old town.

As you explore the heritage of Vence, you understand why so many painters made it their muse: Chagall, Matisse and Dubuffet walked its cobbled streets, won over by the view of the Mediterranean and the charm of its typical alleys and shady squares. Beyond the ramparts, you can continue your visit by heading towards the famous Place du Grand Jardin, dotted with lively café terraces.

Not far from the old town, don't miss the magnificent Rosary Chapel with colourful stained glass windows, designed and decorated by the famous artist Henri Matisse!

Good to know: every summer, Vence hosts Les Nuits du Sud, a music event featuring many artists from all over the world.

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A major avant-garde artist, Fernand Léger has his own museum in Biot, Alpes-Maritimes

Nestling in the hills behind Nice, in Biot, Alpes-Maritimes, this museum is dedicated to the famous avant-garde artist who was a painter, sculptor, ceramicist, illustrator and draughtsman, and lived on the premises in the Mas Saint-André a few months before his death in 1955.

From Impressionism to Cubism, the artist's works form a unique collection of paintings, drawings and ceramics, particularly well showcased in this spacious building, which is acclaimed by visitors for the high artistic quality of its permanent and temporary collections.

Regular events, "music at the museum", "films at the museum" and lectures regularly take place on the site, not forgetting guided tours with or without audio-guides, and children's tours and workshops.

In the pretty, idyllic setting of the Mediterranean park planted with stone pines and featuring sculptures and huge mural mosaics, take a break to visit the refreshment stall and appreciate the tranquillity of this peaceful haven, an ideal place for contemplation.

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Pearl of the Mediterranean coast

Nestling on the French Riviera between Nice and Cannes, the old town of Antibes stands on the shores of the Mediterranean and is an explosion of colour. The colours are particularly stunning in the free commune of Le Safranier: the cream façades are framed by lush vegetation in a vast palette of pink, yellow, red, purple... This part of old Antibes, surrounded by ramparts, offers lovely walks on quiet and shady streets, where many houses have Provençal louvred shutters.

Continue this bucolic outing to Cap d'Antibes and visit the little harbour of L'Olivette, where multicoloured "pointu" boats bob up and down, looking like a French Riviera postcard. More athletic visitors can don their hiking boots to explore the nearby trails, starting with the famous Customs Officers' Path (Chemin des Douaniers), also known as Tire-Poil, 5 km in length and running along the entire cape. This stunning itinerary overlooks the palette of blues around the craggy rock, as the cicadas' song and the delightful scents of the pine grove fill the air! After all that exercise, nothing beats a dip in the crystalline sea: Cap d'Antibes has some remarkable beaches for snorkelling. Although the beaches offer a long expanse of sand, there are many rocks on the sea bed once you enter the water, making it a very appealing place for aquatic wildlife. Isolated coves are also dotted along the coast.

If you feel like a change in altitude during your trip to Cap d'Antibes, go up to the Garoupe lighthouse, which offers an incredible view of some top sites on the French Riviera, like Nice, Cannes, Juan-les-Pins and the Lérins Islands.

Continue your journey towards Antibes town centre, in order to discover some of its major cultural sites. The Picasso Museum, housed inside the majestic Grimaldi Castle, an immense stone building overlooking the sea, possesses some major works by the artist: La joie de vivre (Joy of Living) and Satyr and Faun were painted in Antibes during the painter's stay there. Ceramics, sculptures and paintings are displayed across this vast space along with other works of modern art. Talking of which, remember to visit the museum terrace where contemporary sculptures in ebony tones look down on the coastline.

Outside the old town is the charming Vauban harbour and its pretty white boats. People especially like to go there for its great restaurants celebrating the delicious flavours of neighbouring Italy. And if you are there in the morning, drop by Antibes' Provençal market, brimming with local products to take away for a tasty picnic by the sea!

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A town of a thousand scents

Lodged between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea, the town of Grasse has been established as the world's perfume capital for the last three centuries. The surrounding hills leading down to the sea are draped in fields of flowers offering the most delicate fragrances. In the month of May, one of the gems of Grasse comes into bloom: the cabbage rose, a flower originating in the Caucasus. At harvest time, this rose yields an explosion of aromas that are found in many perfumes and floral waters. The local environment, influenced by its proximity to the mountains and iodic soils, gives this sophisticated flower some unique tones. Violet and jasmine are also grown there and are at home in the town's great perfumeries. To learn their story, head to the International Perfume Museum. The museum explains how in the 17th century, in order to mask the bad smells emanating from the leather they used, local glove-makers decided to add more delicate scents to it. Other anecdotes and technical developments are presented in this sanctuary of perfume: posters, photographs and machines are on display, including the first technologies of the industrial era.

You cannot visit Grasse without exploring one of its temples of perfume, the Fragonard perfumery. Once again, visitors are led behind the scenes to see how this precious nectar is produced, in particular by looking at the stills, coils, essenciers and other key tools used in its preparation. On a guided tour of the museum, you learn about the various flowers cultivated in the Grasse area and the differences between products such as eau de toilette, eau de Cologne, perfume, eau de parfum...

As well as this gem, the rest of the town of Grasse is also worth a look. Small, narrow roads will lead you to the historic centre. Take a stroll among the colourful façades and shady side streets. You might end up on Place du 24 Août, a square offering a magnificent view of the Mediterranean. Be sure to take a look inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of Le Puy (Notre-Dame-du-Puy), in the Romanesque-Provençal style. This edifice, built in the 13th century, has superb architecture, starting with its double-flight staircase and imposing walnut door. Admire the Baroque chapel and the sumptuous rib vaults decorated in gold, contrasting with the sky-blue tones of the ceiling.

Before leaving the town, pay a visit to the many artisans' boutiques for a souvenir of your stay. The hardest part is choosing a fragrance!

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The Grimaldi Castle in Antibes houses a museum devoted to the famous Spanish artist

The Picasso Museum is based in the Grimaldi Castle in Antibes, a listed Historic Monument owned by the Grimaldi family from the 14th century to the French Revolution.

Initially known as the "Grimaldi Museum", in 1966 it became the "Picasso Museum", as the famous Spanish painter was invited to use part of the castle as a studio by the curator in 1946. The "Picasso room" was inaugurated in 1947, displaying a total of 23 paintings and 44 drawings created on site.

After two years of work in the 2000s, the current museum enables visitors to rediscover the chronology of the "Antibes Picassos", from the post-war period to the late 40s, with major works by the artist: Joy of Living, Sea Urchin Eater, Woman with Sea Urchins, Still Life with Owl and Three Sea Urchins, Goat, Satyr, Faun and Centaur with Trident, etc.

Visitors can also admire works by Nicolas de Staël, as well as a rich collection of modern art representing the great 20th-century art movements. On the terrace are sculptures by Joan Miró, Germaine Richier, Bernard Pagès and Anne and Patrick Poirier.

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Grasse invites you to the MIP, a living monument to perfume

As the birthplace of perfume-making, the town of Grasse, in the heights of Alpes-Maritimes, was honour bound to offer visitors a museum devoted to the subject. This has been accomplished with the International Perfume Museum - MIP, an unmissable attraction in the Nice back country.

Four places in Grasse's history are devoted to this unique museum: the Pontevès mansion, which houses part of the permanent collections; the old Hugues Aîné perfumery; the old Pélissier building, which houses the temporary exhibitions; and the orange tree garden, created in 1779 then remodelled in 1976.

At the MIP, you will learn all about the history of perfume, that timeless instrument of seduction: through a collection of over 50,000 objects, of which 2,500 are exhibited to the public, all aspects of perfume-making are explored, from raw materials to industry, design, marketing, etc., not forgetting the various traditions found all over the world.

Alongside the history of perfume, whose first traces can be seen in the form of perfume and cosmetic vases dating back to 7,000 B.C., and the exhibition of unusual objects from various eras, bottles, a perfume organ, eyeshadow boxes, perfume burners, etc., the museum also provides a showcase for French excellence in perfume-making. French perfume history unfolds here, from the first big names, like Coty, Houbigant, Guerlain and Chanel, to the gradual appearance of synthetic products.

There is one unique piece that visitors must be sure not to miss: Queen Marie-Antoinette's travel kit.

The museum hosts many activities including themed tours and olfactory and tasting workshops.

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39, Montée du Village - Gourdon

Small picturesque perched village not to be missed!

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The capital of the French Riviera is full of heritage treasures!

A sought-after destination for tourists from all over the world, the capital of the French Riviera nestles between the Mediterranean Sea and the nearby mountains, in turn draped in white and covered in vivid green.

The famous Promenade des Anglais runs along the seafront, a prestigious avenue where palm trees stand in front of beautiful Haussmannian homes and sumptuous Belle Époque hotels, like the Negresco or the Westminster. Take a seat on one of the many terraces facing the immense azure expanse of the Mediterranean, or sit right on the pebble beaches in shades of grey and blue. Sportier visitors can make the most of the dedicated lanes for cyclists and rollerbladers.

Keep on walking to explore the age-old heritage of the city known as "Nissa la bella". At the heart of Old Nice, wander the winding narrow streets with colourful houses that make this timeless place so charming, and discover buildings and Baroque churches like the Church of the Gesù, the Lascaris Palace and the Cathedral of St. Reparata. Stroll between the pale ochre façades with turquoise shutters, typical of authentic Provençal dwellings. Along the way, we strongly recommend sampling one of Nice's local ice creams, whose mouthwatering flavours are every bit as good as those of the city's Italian neighbour! Make the most of this walk to discover the local specialities. The neighbourhood is home to traditional small shops where the treasures of Provence have pride of place: lavender, spices, herbs, scented candles... Their fragrances mingle with that of the socca, an amazingly tasty corn-based pancake of international repute. Another unmissable place is the famous Cours Saleya, where florists, greengrocers and local producers proudly display their wares in an incredible palette of colours. On Mondays, a second-hand market takes place there. Night owls take note! The Cours Saleya is a lively place in the evening with its many restaurants, bars and café terraces.

Art-lovers on the other hand will want to pay a visit to some of the French Riviera's finest cultural sites, in particular the Matisse Museum, which offers a wonderful pictorial trail featuring some of his most celebrated works. Tucked away behind beautiful Mediterranean greenery, the building has a burgundy façade interspersed with pale louvered shutters. This amazing journey through the painter's city and its artistic developments is worth pairing with another unmissable attraction in Nice: the Marc Chagall National Museum. Imagined by the painter in the style of a house, the architecture of the museum engages in a dialogue with his creations, conceived in accordance with each space. Other cultural attractions like the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the International Museum of Naïve Art and the Archaeology Museum of Cimiez will delight any visitors who are thirsty for culture.

Then treat yourself to a pleasant walk on the Promenade du Paillon, inaugurated in 2013, running from the Promenade des Anglais to the National Theatre. Boasting a water mirror with numerous jets, this magnificent urban park invites you on a real botanical journey through its trees, shrubs and plants from faraway lands! Then head uphill to the remains of the 11th-century castle. The ruins overlook the ochre roofs of Old Nice along with the harbour, where pretty pleasure boats bob along the water. The charming garden at the Cimiez Monastery, adorned with roses, and the Phoenix Park with its huge tropical greenhouse, are also well worth a visit.

As well as its natural and architectural gems, Nice also offers an extensive programme of cultural events all year round. In February, the city is in full swing with the carnival and flower "battles" brightening up the place. In July, it's the turn of the Nice Jazz Festival, when big names in that musical genre play at the Cimiez Arena, making the most of the impressive setting and acoustics. No doubt about it, Nice is enchanting in a great many ways!

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An institution of France's craft heritage

Since the 1950s, the charming medieval village of Biot has become France's glassblowing capital. A centre for craft, this community reflects the know-how of its master glassblowers, who have made bubbled glass their trademark. This type of glass is dotted with small air bubbles and more than 300 examples can now be admired at the glassworks. In total, nearly 500,000 pieces are on display at the Biot glassworks: vases, stemmed glasses, sculptures and other works of art reflect the establishment's rich heritage. Just like the rich soil of Provence, these objects come in a thousand and one colours (blue, orange, green, yellow...) and are the product of unequalled attention to detail: the master glassmaker's trade is one of the rarest in France due to its meticulousness. In order to watch these glass artisans in action, don't forget to visit the glassworkers' hall: you will be able to see them blowing and shaping these inimitable pieces.

Good to know: every year in July, thirty or so artists are welcomed for Les Verriales, on a specific glass-related theme. This is an opportunity to discover creations made specially for the event, combining modernism and traditions.

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To see the world through the eyes of Ben, Andy Warhol or Niki de Saint Phalle, head to the MAMAC in Nice!

Since 1990, the Nice Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, an amazing neoclassical building flanked by four square towers standing 30 metres tall and covered with white Carrara marble, has stood at the heart of the city. It aims to present European and American artistic creation from the late 1950s to the present day.

"New Realism", "Art of Assemblage" and "Pop Art" are the main movements represented at the MAMAC, thanks to bequests and donations from artists, collectors and foundations. Its extensive collections make this a must-see museum for anyone visiting the city of Nice. The MAMAC has around 1,300 works by over 300 artists on display: among its most iconic exhibits, visitors can admire the Stabile-Mobile by Calder, Le Monstre du Loch Ness by Niki de Saint Phalle, La Vénus bleue by Yves Klein, Dollar Sign by Andy Warhol or Still Life

56 by Tom Wesselmann.

After admiring the monumental sculptures on the forecourt, as well as the inner façades adorned by first-rate artists between 2002 and 2005, be sure to pay a visit to the terraces, panoramic viewpoints which provide direct views over the city.

For all ages, adults and children alike, there are artistic creation workshops and workshop-tours relating to the collections and temporary exhibitions.

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A tribute to the great artist Marc Chagall, the most French of the Russian painters

Born in Belarus when it was still attached to Tsarist Russia, and later naturalised French, the painter Marc Chagall spend much of his life on the French Riviera, especially Saint-Paul-de-Vence, where he lived for nearly 20 years.

Inaugurated in 1973, this museum about him on the Cimiez hill in Nice was founded in order to bring together his 17 paintings about the Bible's Message under one roof. Today it houses the most extensive public collection of his works, with over 4,000 paintings, gouaches, drawings, washes and pastels, inspired by secular or religious themes. The contemporary architecture favours understated walls and rigorous shapes, to better showcase the works on display.

Audio-guides, lecture-tours and educational activities for children are on offer to the public.

To round off the tour of the Chagall Museum, take the time to explore its lovely garden, where the main tree species are Mediterranean ones such as olive, pine, cypress and holm oak.

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Based in the gardens on Cimiez hill, this museum documents the artistic career of the famous painter Henri Matisse

When he passed away in Nice in 1954, the famous French painter Henri Matisse bequeathed a considerable body of work to 20th-century art, and was a major influence on artists in the second half of the century. In 1963, the city of Nice paid tribute to the pioneer of Fauvism, who spent most of his life on the French Riviera, by opening a museum that today houses one of the world's most extensive collections of his works.

Based in the Villa des Arènes, a superb Genoese house built in the 17th century and painted in Mediterranean colours, located in the Arènes Park in Cimiez, the Matisse Museum documents the development of the artist's work and his exploration of colour and graphics. It offers an abundant and eclectic selection of paintings and gouache cut-outs, drawings, etchings and sculptures, as well as photographs and objects that once belonged to Henri Matisse.

At the end of your visit, take the time to enjoy a walk in the idyllic setting of the gardens on Cimiez hill, where the famous painter liked to walk among the olive trees and Roman ruins.

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Bastion of terracotta

Amid the pretty, colourful alleyways and flowery, sun-drenched balconies, Vallauris possesses a treasure unequalled in France: the pottery know-how it has been keeping alive for centuries. Since Gallo-Roman times, pottery has been centre stage in Vallauris in the form of culinary ceramics. Saucepans pans, pots and jugs have raised Vallauris' profile in the eyes of the world, thanks in particular to the material's resistance to high temperatures. The arrival of Picasso in the 1950s raised Vallauris to the rank of ceramic capital of France, as he brought in many artists wanting to learn about the fired arts. Picasso himself, as well as Chagall and Miró, created a wide range of models ushering in a new era for ceramics.

Today, only a handful of craftspeople still uphold this tradition. Their creations can be seen in the shops and galleries of Vallauris in the form of artworks or everyday objects such as vases, plates, glasses, bowls, cups... All these pieces are handmade by dedicated master ceramists.

A visit to the Museum of Ceramics is also a good idea, in order to admire developments in pottery through the ages. This castle-museum is a majestic Provençal fortified house rebuilt in the 16th century and flanked by two imposing corner towers. On the first floor you can observe ceramics in all its forms, from culinary objects to metal chandeliers and other contemporary creations by Picasso, Picault, Derval; all artists who contributed to the glory of this renowned material. The Museum of Pottery also tells the story of this craft, spanning over a century of history within a vast space of 200 m². Works by Picasso and some wax replicas made by the Grévin Museum are highlights of a visit there.

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An old Franciscan monastery located on the Cimiez hill, in Nice
Place Jean-Paul II Pape, Nice
04 93 81 00 04

This edifice, built in the 9th century by the monks of the Abbey of St. Pontius, will delight any architecture enthusiasts staying in Nice. Transformed many times over the ages, it was first a residence for the Franciscans - whose story is told at the museum housed in the monastery - before being converted into a hospital during the Revolution. It then returned to its original purpose and became a parish church run by the monastic community. Now you can admire its Neo-Gothic façade, which was reworked in the 19th century. The architectural ensemble forms a magnificent frontage consisting of a cloister with a sculpted balcony on top and sumptuous stained glass windows. All around, you will notice the details of the finely carved stone clad in ochre and pale yellow, reflecting all the cheerfulness of the Provençal heritage. Inside are some eye-catching pieces, including three major works by the painter Ludovico Brea: the Pietà, Crucifixion and Descent from the Cross. In addition, you will notice the majestic Baroque altarpiece in carved wood by the same artist. You can also admire the curious, multicoloured alchemy-themed frescoes with vegetal decorations, depicting mythical animals.

Before leaving the premises, don't forget to visit the monastery's flamboyantly coloured gardens. Created in 1546, they are among the oldest gardens in Nice and boast a remarkably wide variety of flowers: there are about a hundred plants and a rose garden of about thirty different species. A delightful scenic walk!

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Experience the dynamic side of the Riviera!

Nestling to the west of the famous Cap d'Antibes, the seaside resort of Juan-les-Pins reflects the pleasant atmosphere of the Riviera. This desirable little town on the French Riviera has many luxurious dwellings: the palaces, villas and luxury hotels facing the Mediterranean, and the gardens fragrant with delightful Provençal scents. You can still guess what this immense pine forest bordering sandy beaches might have been like before it was transformed into a legendary seaside resort, frequented by the greatest artists through the ages. Today, you can still enjoy its beautiful beaches of golden sand and the seclusion of its charming little coves.

You obviously have to experience the lively local nightlife: discos, a casino and late-opening shops make it a paradise for night owls, who flock to the seaside bars.

As well as its vibrant atmosphere, Juan-les-Pins hosts a music event that further burnishes its image as a party town. Since the end of the Second World War, the town has established itself as the place to be for jazz fans, and has hosted famous artists like Sidney Bechet, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington. Even today, the big names in jazz perform there in July during the Jazz à Juan festival in the Pinède Gould park.

If you need a little time out from all this activity, take a breather at the Exflora park, spanning around 5 hectares. It has approximately 330 plant species spread around a large olive grove. There are brilliant examples of the various Mediterranean garden styles, from Ancient Rome to the 19th-century Riviera. Don't miss the immense water path, which is 500 metres long and flows past stunning rose bushes all the way to the sea.

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This picturesque maritime town has lost none of its charm

One of France's most beautiful harbour towns, overlooking crystalline waters framed by Provençal greenery, Villefranche-sur-Mer is located not far from Nice. Its deep water means all kinds of boats can drop anchor there and their owners can make the most of the balmy climate. Treat yourself to a delightful day out exploring the old town's winding streets, where the orange-tinted façades are reminiscent of the ever-present sun that shines on Villefranchois territory. The warm colours of the houses contrast with the pale shades of the louvred shutters, which are often half-closed, allowing a glimpse of the inhabitants' peaceful lives. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the maze of arcades and steps: you will probably end up on Rue Obscure, an underground street built in the 13th century for soldiers to pass through more easily. The place was also used for storing wine and protecting livestock.

Continue your tour at the Church of St. Michael, with a façade in a sublime colour palette of white, pink and pale yellow. Its colours and Baroque architecture from the 18th century echo the opulent religious buildings of Italy. The inside of the monument, in amber shades, contains one of the oldest organs in Alpes-Maritimes, dating from 1790. You can also admire a life-size, recumbent statue of Christ, carved from fig tree wood.

Another place to discover is the Chapel of St. Peter near the fishing harbour, which was decorated by Jean Cocteau in 1957.

History buffs will have a field day exploring the citadel founded by the Duke of Savoy in 1554 for the purpose of guarding the harbour. Remarkably well preserved, it offers a reminder of the medieval glory of this ancient town. The citadel has three museums within it: the Volti Museum dedicated to the art of sculpture, where you can discover a hundred or so bronze, terracotta and copper female statues revealing their voluptuous curves in contrast with the rough stone; the Goetz-Boumeester collection including famous paintings, notably by Miró and Picasso, with a total of a hundred or so works ranging from figurative to abstract art; and the Roux collection of nearly 300 historical polychrome ceramic figurines illustrating daily life from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.

It you have time, get away from it all on the Cap Ferrat peninsula, which you can see from the harbour. It has some of the most beautiful palaces on the French Riviera, like the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, a magnificent Italian-style monument.

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A veritable water reservoir for the French Riviera, this territory between the Mediterranean coast and the high mountains is home to a third of all plant life in France!

Located in Alpes-Maritimes, the Préalpes d'Azur Regional Natural Park was created in 2012 and ranges in altitude from 300 to 1,800 metres. Like a wonderful balcony over the French Riviera and the Alps, it encompasses some forty municipalities, at the heart of the Grasse Prealps, on the first mountain foothills to the west of Alpes-Maritimes, and between the Valleys of Le Loup, Le Cagne, L'Estéron, La Siagne and Le Var.

Between the high mountains and the Mediterranean coast, this veritable water reservoir for the French Riviera is home to over 2,000 plant species, or a third of all plant life in France, but also has a sizeable underground network of nearly 2,000 cavities and around 140 kilometres of tunnels accessible to humans. It also boasts some major historical and architectural heritage features, ranging from the dolmens and tumuli of the Neolithic era to the famous Napoleon Road, through the medieval castles of Gilette and Gréolières, and charming hillside villages like Gourdon, Tourrettes-sur-Loup and Bouyon. The Préalpes d'Azur area also has a rich rural heritage of fountains, washhouses, chapels, dovecotes and oil mills.

Within this exceptional territory, which is ideal for hiking with its variety of plateaus, forests, gorges, restanques (hillside terraces where vineyards are planted) and picturesque villages, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying your favourite hobby. You will also have the chance to meet many artists and craftspeople, as well as tour guides and mountain guides offering a wide range of activities.

In terms of activities, the Préalpes d'Azur Regional Natural Park has a programme of events entitled Les Rendez-vous du Parc, between October and June. This includes guided tours, cookery workshops and participatory building sites.

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Famous all over the world for its international film festival

The town of Cannes is world-famous as a bastion of the silver screen. Every year in May, it hosts the famous international film festival, whose reputation extends far beyond the borders of France. The event takes place in the Palais des Festivals, recognisable by its contemporary architecture all in white and glass, and its unmistakable steps with their vermilion red carpet, walked by celebrities from all over the world.

Apart from this illustrious jet set destination, travellers should also spend some time in Cannes' lesser-known streets, which nonetheless contain many treasures. Film buffs can keep the festivities going by admiring the murals dotted about the town. To pay homage to the great film icons, some façades are draped with vintage posters and brilliantly drawn pictures of movie icons. A good addition to any film-themed tour is the Chemin des Étoiles, where you can see celebrity handprints, just like on the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard.

Step out of the spotlight for a moment to explore the quieter parts of Cannes, where life runs its peaceful course. Start in the legendary neighbourhood of Le Suquet, a former fishing village now included in the old part of Cannes, set on a small hill overlooking the sea. Hills, narrow streets, bougainvillea and old buildings reflect the rich heritage of this district, whose history dates back to one century BC! To meet the locals, don't miss the Forville market, built at the end of the 19th century in Le Suquet. Artisans of sea and land meet there to unveil their fresh produce, forming a sublime palette of colours and aromas.

At the top of Le Suquet, take a stroll among the ruins of the old medieval castle, with a remarkably well-preserved square tower and machicolations. Head to the highest point in the district for a view over the entire town of Cannes and the surrounding area. To the north lie the peaks of the Alps. To the west, the Estérel corniche is recognisable by its red rocks and peaks which delight hikers and mountain bikers. To the south, the Lérins Islands emerge from the water. Located not far from Cannes, they offer a wonderful place to get away from the urban hustle and bustle. Among the treasures of the archipelago, Saint-Honorat Island, kept by monks, enjoys a particularly peaceful setting. You can taste the wines made at its abbey, to the soothing sound of cicadas.

In the area around the town, consider taking the Golden Corniche road, overlooking the Mediterranean and the Esterel massif, whose colours are reflected in a magnificent palette of greens, reds and blues.

Good to know: if you are in Cannes during the summer season, head to the International Pyrotechnic Art Festival, where the greatest pyrotechnicians create a magnificent sound and light show flooding the dark night.

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A verdant beauty spot in the sea near the Croisette

The Lérins Islands offer a peaceful getaway, around thirty minutes from the Croisette and its luxurious buildings. This archipelago emerging from azure waters offers an ideal combination of natural, architectural and gastronomic heritage, anchored in an age-old historical legacy. The smallest of the Lérins Islands is Saint-Honorat, founded in the 5th century by a monastic community and still kept by it today. The monks live in a 16-century-old abbey, a magnificent stone building standing right in the middle of the vineyards. The main activity of this Cistercian community is indeed the production of wine on an 8-hectare estate dotted with thousand-year-old olive trees. Around 30,000 bottles are sold each year, made from varieties such as Chardonnay, Syrah or Clairette. You can spend a day or longer in this enchanting place, where the whispers echo the sound of cicadas, making for a most restful environment.

Not far away, the neighbouring island of Sainte-Marguerite is an ideal place for nature-lovers of all kinds. This virtually uninhabited island has some idyllic, sun-drenched coves forming a craggy outline. In addition, its lands are home to a 150-hectare state-owned forest with a wonderful lake of brackish water. Nestled among the trees, this area is home to a myriad of protected migratory birds, a delight for birdwatchers. Stroll around the estate and breathe in the gorgeous scents of eucalyptus and pine.

A short walk away, lucky residents of Cannes make the most of a very limited number of cabins, forming a total of about twenty dwellings. During your visit to Sainte-Marguerite, don't forget to visit Fort Royal, a former prison that once held one of the most famous prisoners in the works of the French writer Alexandre Dumas: the man in the iron mask. Legend has it that he was the secret twin of Louis XIV: this story is kept alive by the fort's owners, who have opened this legendary cell to visitors.

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Its hilltop villages and beautiful landscapes will delight lovers of natural and built heritage

To the far south of the Alps, in Alpes-Maritimes, the Moyen Pays (meaning "Middle Country") is a place of magnificent valleys, gorges and peaks, with the ochre roofs of villages and hamlets emerging from amongst them.

In this agricultural region, the forest reigns supreme and spreads onto the restanques (cultivated terraces), between limestone plateaus, streams and waterfalls tumbling down the gorges. These vast forest zones also exude delightful Mediterranean scents: thyme, lavender, broom and other vegetal treasures make the paths smell gorgeous for lucky walkers. Sometimes, snow suddenly falls on this immense palette of colours and envelops the jagged peaks in an immaculate white coat. Yet the mild Mediterranean climate soon reasserts itself, so you can go walking in this region in all twelve months of the year.

From the big towns downhill like Cannes, Nice and Menton, you can head skywards along the trails winding their way between the dizzying gorges. In the Moyen Pays, all kinds of valleys form a varied relief, from the Siagne Valley in the west of Alpes-Maritimes to the Roya Valley in the east, through Var, Estéron, Vésubie or Paillon.

Among all these treasures, the Gorges du Loup are a local star attraction. This Natura 2000 site features lush waterfalls that soothe ramblers with their peaceful song and wash over the rugged rock draped in greenery. Not far from there, the medieval village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, perched at 400 metres in altitude, boasts a thousand years of heritage whose traces can still be seen amid its winding, steep streets lined with cute, flower-adorned houses.

Above the Paillon Valley stands the small village of Lucéram in the heart of the mountains, surrounded by remarkably well-preserved forests. This pearl of the Nice hinterland has wonderful narrow streets, intertwined like a maze beneath the pretty balconies. As well as the homes built in the Middle Ages, the fortified gates of the village are also a precious reminder of that time. A few kilometres from the coast, the Moyen Pays is a source of inspiration for its residents and for the curious explorers who come to admire its treasures.

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A real eyrie perched above the Mediterranean

Perched above the Mediterranean Sea, Èze is thought to be one of the most beautiful villages in Alpes-Maritimes. You access the old village at an altitude of 400 metres through an imposing fortified gate dating from the 14th century. The winding, interweaving streets form a real eyrie, where the old stone resplendent with multicoloured flowers seems to want to tell us its secrets. Typically for an old medieval village, you walk under the houses' archways and across uneven terrain, which only adds to the charm of this ancient little town. In the former barns and sheepfolds, you will now find art and craft workshops that reveal the rich local heritage to visitors. Go for a wander through the streets, past pale louvred shutters, old amphorae used as plant pots, and winding flights of steps!

In the heights of the medieval town is a natural site unequalled in the region: the exotic garden, clinging to the castle ruins. Cacti, succulents and other tropical plants from all over the world grow on the craggy terrain of this town overhanging the sea. Downhill, the Provençal roofs overlook the Mediterranean.

In order to reach the Lower Corniche and enjoy the beach, you can take the Nietzche Path, named after the famous philosopher who stayed in the region frequently: a charming hike leading to the very heart of the Provençal greenery, between land and sea.

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When luxury and nature come together

Clinging to the mountainside, the Principality of Monaco and its famous rock enjoy a reputation that goes far beyond the country's borders. Lodged between Italy to the east and France to the west and north, Monaco covers a mere 2 km². With its 37,000 inhabitants, the principality has one of the highest population densities in the world! This is not surprising given its exceptional geographical situation, with the Mediterranean on its doorstep, and its luxurious dwellings surrounded by steep cliffs.

Among these major buildings is the Hermitage Hotel with its Belle Époque architecture. We recommend visiting its sumptuous lobby, where the marble floor reflects the immaculate columns. Look up and admire its incredible glass roof flooding the place with light. You should also visit one of Monaco's most famous monuments, the Casino de Paris. Its Belle Époque style blends with a futuristic décor enhanced by arches that let in changing light as the day goes on. Gamblers can play to their hearts' content with over 550 machines for visitors!

Continue your Monaco getaway in the Fontvieille district, entirely built on land reclaimed from the sea behind the rock. The harbour is a nice place for a stroll, where the sailboats bob up and down on the waves opposite office blocks resembling a New York business district. Escape from the urban hustle and bustle in Fontvieille's zoological garden. It is home to around 250 animals of fifty or so different species. You can walk along the tree-lined paths while admiring reptiles, primates, hippos, tortoises and other exotic animals living just a stone's throw from the town centre!

Continue your tour of the vegetal kingdom in the Exotic Garden of Monaco. Clinging to the cliffside, this floral temple overlooks the entire principality and enjoys an exceptional microclimate. Visitors can admire a vast collection of tropical plants. You can wander freely among the arches and footbridges in the middle of this jungle brimming with colours and fragrant with exotic scents, while enjoying a panoramic view of the Mediterranean. Continue your visit to the princes' palace, standing firm on the imposing Grimaldi Rock. Although the main apartments are only open for part of the year, they are well worth a visit for their remarkable architecture. Stroll along the sumptuous gallery of Italian-style arcades adorned with murals and admire the details of the main courtyard and its vast Carrara marble staircase. Opposite the palace, the Carabiniers stand guard, dressed in their traditional white costume during the summer season and black in winter.

Lastly, explore the streets of Monaco with its jewellery and high fashion boutiques, and splendid luxury hotels. A detour via the Monte Carlo Opera House is a must in order to admire the masterpiece by Charles Garnier, built in the 1870s. Notice the intricate details of the carvings, vaults and columns, which have nothing to envy their Parisian counterpart. No doubt about it, Monaco has hidden treasures on every street corner...

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A splendid space devoted to the marine world and Mediterranean species
Avenue Saint-Martin, Monaco
93 15 36 00

Inaugurated in 1910 by Prince Albert I of Monaco, the Oceanographic Museum is an exceptional place dedicated to the Mediterranean and tropical marine world. More than 6,000 specimens are displayed in their natural environment, in a hundred pools. At this unmissable attraction, a veritable temple of the sea, visitors are not only invited to discover the amazing species of the Mediterranean and the varied fauna of the coral reef, but can also see an impressive shark lagoon.

This journey through the marine world is accompanied by activities that will leave children and adults with many wonderful memories, such as the sound and light show in the Whale Room, the tactile pool where you can feel the spines of a sea urchin or touch a starfish, or the shark-stroking pool for a really memorable experience. The spectacular ImmerSEAve 360 ° attraction lets you experience the most sensational of diving trips, with no mask or snorkel needed!

Don't miss the cabinet of curiosities of the marine world, where the display cases and old bookshelves contain scale models, diving suits, skeletons and fossils. Among the stars of this superb area are Klingert's diving suit (1797) and a stuffed polar bear from the west coast of Greenland.

Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM

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Where relaxation meets contemplation

Nestling between Menton and Monaco, the municipality of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is one of the Riviera's gems. Sheltered from the wind by the imposing Mount Agel, it enjoys a particularly mild climate and its soil is incredibly fertile. Evidence of this can be seen in Cap Martin Park, divided into several gardens. Some are French formal gardens while others are wilder, and they are remarkable either for their symmetrical lines or on the contrary for their unruly vegetation. Go for a walk in the olive grove, inhaling its delightful scents, and admire the statues dotted about this leafy place.

Then treat yourself to a tour of the old medieval village, perched on high ground and overlooked by the keep of an ancient 10th-century castle. You can stroll around its sloping streets, small squares, fortified doors and vaulted passageways. From Place du Capitaine Vincent, you can admire the view of the Mediterranean and Monaco City below. Opposite, you can glimpse the splendid residences hiding behind century-old trees on private estates. Bear in mind that you can take a tour of Cap Martin by following the Le Corbusier walk, named after the famous architect who owned a cabin by the sea. It will take you along the jagged coastlines plunging into crystalline waters, and past some lovely, secluded beaches and gardens filled with flowers, particularly mimosas in February. Keep your eyes peeled: a splendid 19th-century villa is tucked away in the surrounding area!

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Landscapes of cliffs, islands and red rocks that amaze the spectator

From Saint-Raphaël to Théoule-sur-Mer in the Alpes-Maritimes, the Corniche d'Or coastal road holds magnificent viewpoints of the red porphyry cliffs of the Estérel massif, but also of the red islands and cliffs in the sea. This magical site offers magnificent colours ranging from the turquoise blue of the sea to the red of the cliff, through the green of the maquis (dense Mediterranean shrubland) and the pines. To enjoy a panoramic view, there's nothing like a beautiful stroll on the footpath leading to the Ours peak. At 492 metres in height, this place offers an amazing panoramic view of the Mediterranean coast.

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Menton, or the dolce vita on the French Riviera

Rightly known as the Pearl of France, the town of Menton stands on the tip of the French Riviera, not far from the Italian border. This sun-kissed place enjoys an exceptionally mild climate, making its land uniquely fertile. A garden town, Menton is covered with magnificent Mediterranean plant life thriving all over its territory. All kinds of virtually tropical species flourish in the town, especially lemon, the ultimate symbol of Menton. This citrus fruit is celebrated each year in Menton between February and March, at a festival in its honour: gastronomic chefs give it pride of place in their dishes while all kinds of sculptures made from lemons adorn the town!

To discover Menton, nothing beats an urban stroll in the Riviera sunshine and a trip to the town's many gardens, listed as historic monuments or remarkable gardens. Treat yourself to a plant-themed walk in the Maria Serena villa and its lush green spaces. This impressive building from the late 19th century stands proud amid the palm trees, sago palms and other tropical plants that have earned the garden its nickname of "little Africa". It's a pleasant place to linger as you enjoy the waltz of colours and scents near the adjoining neo-classical villa. It was built to plans by the architect Charles Garnier, designer of the Paris Opera House. Admire its magnificent, immaculate columns and its spiral staircase, designed by the illustrious Gustave Eiffel!

Continue this flower-themed outing all the way to the Fontana Rosa Valencian garden. You will be surrounded by benches and pergolas, crystal-clear pools, columns and ceramic-tiled fountains: the setting indeed echoes the magnificent Andalucian patios of Valencia.

Continue your tour along the colourful streets, where the façades are painted in shades of pink, pale yellow, cream... Your steps will naturally lead you to the old town: its incredible market under the arches, its ochre façades with pale louvred shutters and windows draped with cloth, its bell towers with glazed tiles, its maze of stairs and the winding alleys cascading down to the sea are all part of old Menton's historic charm.

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Europe's highest coastal village

Legend has it that the name Sainte-Agnès comes from the story of a princess who had taken refuge in a cave in the village during a storm. It is true that this little community in the hills has something magical about it, suspended right in the middle of the mountains. This is the highest village on the Mediterranean coast, recognisable by its houses clinging to the mountainside, packed close together. Enjoy a wander along its streets, admiring the flower-adorned houses built on a slope. The alleys wind around them, wedged between the mountain peaks and the Mediterranean. Downhill, you can make out the ochre roofs of the town of Menton and Italy in the distance, while herds of goats frolic in the surrounding greenery, on the steep hillside of the Col de la Madone.

Sites of interest in Sainte-Agnès include the military fort, which is strongly recommended. This structure once helped to repel the Italians and was part of the Maginot line. You explore this building suspended on a rocky outcrop by discovering its 2,000 m² of galleries, command posts and guns, and its various rooms, such as the kitchens, engine room, dormitories and sanitary facilities: a real immersion in the daily life of soldiers in the Second World War!

To discover the local heritage, don't hesitate to drop by the boutiques in Sainte-Agnès, which stock a wide range of craft items such as glassware or pottery. You should also take some time to chat with the locals. They will tell you how nice it is to live in this peaceful little mountain village...

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Renowned seaside resort with numerous interests

The fine sand beaches, the bustling seafront, the old port, the Casino, and the numerous water sports activities offered contribute to make Saint-Raphaël a renowned seaside resort.

Saint-Paul-de-Vence
This famous village in the French Riviera hills has enchanted many artists
The Maeght Foundation
A major destination for modern and contemporary art
Escoffier Museum of Culinary Art
A place devoted to the history of gastronomy and the father of modern French cuisine
Vence
Enjoy its old medieval town, Matisse chapel and Les Nuits du Sud festival
Fernand Léger National Museum
A major avant-garde artist, Fernand Léger has his own museum in Biot, Alpes-Maritimes
Antibes
Pearl of the Mediterranean coast
Grasse and its perfumes
A town of a thousand scents
The Picasso Museum
The Grimaldi Castle in Antibes houses a museum devoted to the famous Spanish artist
The International Perfume Museum
Grasse invites you to the MIP, a living monument to perfume
Gourdon
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Nice
The capital of the French Riviera is full of heritage treasures!
The glassmaking art of Biot
An institution of France's craft heritage
MAMAC - Nice Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
To see the world through the eyes of Ben, Andy Warhol or Niki de Saint Phalle, head to the MAMAC in Nice!
Marc Chagall National Museum
A tribute to the great artist Marc Chagall, the most French of the Russian painters
The Matisse Museum
Based in the gardens on Cimiez hill, this museum documents the artistic career of the famous painter Henri Matisse
The ceramics and pottery of Vallauris
Bastion of terracotta
Cimiez Monastery
An old Franciscan monastery located on the Cimiez hill, in Nice
Juan-les-Pins
Experience the dynamic side of the Riviera!
Villefranche-sur-Mer
This picturesque maritime town has lost none of its charm
The Préalpes d'Azur Regional Natural Park
A veritable water reservoir for the French Riviera, this territory between the Mediterranean coast and the high mountains is home to a third of all plant life in France!
Cannes
Famous all over the world for its international film festival
The Lérins Islands
A verdant beauty spot in the sea near the Croisette
The Moyen Pays
Its hilltop villages and beautiful landscapes will delight lovers of natural and built heritage
Èze
A real eyrie perched above the Mediterranean
The Principality of Monaco
When luxury and nature come together
Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
A splendid space devoted to the marine world and Mediterranean species
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Where relaxation meets contemplation
The Estérel massif
Landscapes of cliffs, islands and red rocks that amaze the spectator
Menton
Menton, or the dolce vita on the French Riviera
Sainte-Agnès
Europe's highest coastal village
Saint-Raphaël
Renowned seaside resort with numerous interests
Library
1, Place Charles de Gaulle - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 68 67
Galerie Otéro
Art gallery in La Colle-sur-Loup
Bibliotheque
Library in La Colle-sur-Loup
Bogena Galerie
Art gallery in Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Galerie art& Deco
Art gallery in Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Casino
421, Avenue de la Santoline - Cagnes-sur-Mer
04 92 27 14 40
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 04:00 AM

Amusement park
2559 Route de Grasse, Villeneuve-Loubet
04 92 02 06 06
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM

Amusement park
2559, Route de Grasse - Villeneuve-Loubet
04 92 02 06 06
Opening times:

Monday: 00:00 AM – 00:30 AM
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Amusement park
306, Avenue Mozart - Antibes
04 93 33 49 49
Casino Terrazur
Casino in Cagnes-sur-Mer
Le Village des Fous
Amusement park in Villeneuve-Loubet
Le Bois des Lutins
Amusement park in Villeneuve-Loubet
Aquasplash
Amusement park in Antibes
Beauty salon
67, rue Georges Clemenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 73 55
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Beauty salon
31, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
06 25 33 02 62
Opening times:

Monday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Spa
1204, Boulevard Pierre Sauvaigo - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 24 70 16
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Bookshop
119, Avenue des Alpes - Cagnes-sur-Mer
04 83 53 10 10
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM

Bookshop
10, Place des Pins Pré du Lac - -Chateauneuf
04 93 42 52 64
Institut Equilibre - La Colle Sur Loup
Beauty salon in La Colle-sur-Loup
Sandra Macleod
Beauty salon in La Colle-sur-Loup
Esthetic-Center
Spa in La Colle-sur-Loup
Fnac Cagnes-sur-Mer
Bookshop in Cagnes-sur-Mer
Librairie Expression
Bookshop in -Chateauneuf
Bike
102, Avenue Henri Giraud - Vence
09 84 25 07 10
Restor Bikes
Bike in Vence
Culture
Entertainment
Relaxation
Sports
Bank
64, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 92 11 01 72
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Bank
64b, Rue G Clemenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 41 30
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM
Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM
Thursday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM
Friday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM
Saturday: 08:45 AM – 12:30 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Bank
83, Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:45 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Bank
Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 33 12
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 08:15 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:45 PM
Wednesday: 08:15 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:45 PM
Thursday: 08:15 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:45 PM
Friday: 08:15 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:45 PM
Saturday: 08:15 AM – 12:15 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Caisse Epargne Prévoyance Côte d'Azur
Bank in La Colle-sur-Loup
Société Générale
Bank in La Colle-sur-Loup
Crédit Agricole
Bank in La Colle-sur-Loup
Bnp Paribas - La Colle Sur Loup
Bank in La Colle-sur-Loup
Post office
Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

La Poste
Post office in La Colle-sur-Loup
Tourist office
10, Avenue de Provence - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 68 36
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Tourist office
2, Rue Grande - Saint-Paul-de-Vence
04 93 32 86 95
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM

Office de Tourisme de La Colle sur Loup
Tourist office in La Colle-sur-Loup
Office de Tourisme
Tourist office in Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Supermarket
5, Chemin du Corse - La Colle-sur-Loup
06 18 16 26 13
Supermarket
4, Rue Georges Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 83 39 56 49
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:00 PM – 03:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Supermarket
Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 67 22
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Wine merchant
17, Avenue Maréchal Foch - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 71 50
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Supermarket
344, Chemin des Moulières - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 92 02 50 50
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM

Au Pays de la Fleur d'Oranger
Supermarket in La Colle-sur-Loup
La Colloise
Supermarket in La Colle-sur-Loup
U Express et Drive
Supermarket in La Colle-sur-Loup
Comme à la Maison
Wine merchant in La Colle-sur-Loup
E-Leclerc Auredis
Supermarket in La Colle-sur-Loup
Hairdresser
67 Bis, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 66 95
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 03:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 03:00 PM
Thursday: 03:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 03:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 03:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Hairdresser
36, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 70 66
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Hairdresser
1, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 24 17 30
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Graphi Tiff
Hairdresser in La Colle-sur-Loup
Corylaur
Hairdresser in La Colle-sur-Loup
Cocoon Bioty Concept
Hairdresser in La Colle-sur-Loup
Petrol station
344, Chemin des Moulières - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 92 02 50 50
Opening times:

Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Leclerc - La Colle-sur-Loup
Petrol station in La Colle-sur-Loup
Taxi rank
309 boulevard honore teisseire rd6, la colle sur loup
06 67 53 85 84
Opening times:

Monday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Tuesday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Wednesday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Thursday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Friday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Saturday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Sunday: 00:00 AM – 11:30 PM

Railway station
Avenue de la Gare - Cagnes-sur-Mer
08 92 35 35 35
Opening times:

Monday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Tuesday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Wednesday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Thursday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Friday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Saturday: 05:50 AM – 08:45 PM
Sunday: 06:45 AM – 08:45 PM

Airport
Boulevard Maryse Bastié - Nice
08 20 42 33 33
Bienvenue Taxi Krief Romain
Taxi rank in La Colle-sur-Loup
Gare de Cagnes sur Mer
Railway station in Cagnes-sur-Mer
Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur - Terminal 1
Airport in Nice
Banks
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Shops
Motor services
Transport
Restaurant
1402, Route du Pont de Pierre - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 58 18 02
Opening times:

Monday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM

Restaurant
43, Rue Georges Clemenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 24 89 51
Opening times:

Monday: 10:45 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:45 AM – 02:00 PM
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: 10:45 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 10:45 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 10:45 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
51, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 59 75 71
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Restaurant
66, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 62 10
Opening times:

Monday: 06:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Tuesday: 06:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Wednesday: 06:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Thursday: 06:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Friday: 06:30 AM – 08:30 PM
Saturday: 06:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 06:30 AM – 02:00 PM

Restaurant
3, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
06 58 19 92 78
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
1260 Route de Cagnes - -La-Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 22 51 20
Restaurant Les Pinèdes
Restaurant in La Colle-sur-Loup
La Maïoun
Restaurant in La Colle-sur-Loup
L'Atelier Des Saveurs Francis Scordel
Restaurant in La Colle-sur-Loup
Le Saint Eloi
Restaurant in La Colle-sur-Loup
Le Tigre
Restaurant in La Colle-sur-Loup
Le Blanc Manger
Restaurant in -La-Colle-sur-Loup
Bar
17, Avenue Maréchal Foch - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 71 50
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Comme à la Maison
Bar in La Colle-sur-Loup
Restaurants
Cafés
Dentist
64Bis, Rue Georges Clemenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 87 72
Opening times:

Monday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 02:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Doctor
914, Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 78 26
Dentist
Bat le chêne ent. B, 67 Bis rue Georges Clemenceau, La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 86 51
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Doctor
67bis, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 60 40
Chemist
67, Rue Clémenceau - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 54 12
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Doctor
31, Rue Walter Ladd - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 66 82
Chemist
13, Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 66 03
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Hospital
92-94, Avenue Docteur Maurice Donat - Cagnes-sur-Mer
04 92 13 53 13
Dr Maccario Carine
Dentist in La Colle-sur-Loup
Casanova Elisabeth
Doctor in La Colle-sur-Loup
Amen Lionel
Dentist in La Colle-sur-Loup
Olive Bernard
Doctor in La Colle-sur-Loup
Pharmacie du Jeu de Paume
Chemist in La Colle-sur-Loup
Docteur Ève Bachelet
Doctor in La Colle-sur-Loup
Pharmacie de la Colle
Chemist in La Colle-sur-Loup
Polyclinique Saint Jean
Hospital in Cagnes-sur-Mer
Town hall
Chemin du Canadel - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 83 25
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 02:30 AM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 02:30 AM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 02:30 AM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Fire brigade
Rond-Point des Gendarmes d'Ouvéa - Cagnes-sur-Mer
Police
53, Impasse du Plan de la Rocaille - Roquefort-les-Pins
04 93 09 69 22
Mairie
Town hall in La Colle-sur-Loup
Sapeurs Pompiers
Fire brigade in Cagnes-sur-Mer
Police Municipale
Police in Roquefort-les-Pins
Vet
22B, Boulevard Honoré Teisseire - La Colle-sur-Loup
04 93 32 61 40
Maddens Olivier
Vet in La Colle-sur-Loup

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
Violences Femmes Info (helpline for female victims of violence) : 3919
European Emergency Service : 112

Healthcare
Public services
Vets
For camping places

Departure is before noon. Any overtime will result the charge of an extra night.

For rentals

Departure is between 8 : 30am and 10 : 00am. As soon as you are ready on the day of departure, please inform the reception to arrange the departure inventory of the places (not need to make an appointment in advance)

For the cleaning, a deposit of 80,00 € will be asked the day of your arrival (except if you subscribed during your reservation to the option "cleaning fee"). If the day of your departure the rental is returned in the same condition of cleanliness as on your arrival, this deposit will be returned to you. Otherwise, the campsite reserves the right to withhold this sum to cover the additional work done.

For rentals

The inventory of fixtures are between 8 : 30 and 10 : 00 at the latest. No need for an appointment, once all loaded and cleaning done, find us at the reception with your key.

For placements

Departures until noon at the latest. The location must be left clean. Your bins should be placed at the entrance at the space provided for this purpose.

Nearest airport:
  • (9.2 mi, 22 min)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (4.5 mi, 16 min)
  • (9.9 mi, 31 min)
  • (11.9 mi, 28 min)
Nearest seaport:
  • (12.9 mi, 37 min)

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