Most beautiful VILLAGES in the South of France | French Riviera Travel Guide

Most beautiful VILLAGES in the South of France | French Riviera Travel Guide

Discover some of the most beautiful villages in South of France!
Did you understand the French Riviera shouldn’t be solely seashores and clear water, nevertheless it’s dotted with tons of tiny villages, provencal type? We’ve chosen our high 5 on the Côte d’Azur that you simply completely need to see. One factor all of them have in widespread? They’re hilltop villages (“villages perchés”) relationship again to the center ages. And that’s positively half of their beautiful magnificence!

So, let’s go and take a look at
– Gourdon
– Eze village
– Saint-Paul-de-Vence
– Biot
– Mougins

Thanks for watching!


Useful hyperlinks & data:

📍📷 Place Victoria/view level:
ℹ️ Tourist workplace:
🍦Ice Cream place “Le Glacier de Gourdon” (opens mid march, closed in winter):
📍Meadow for picnic/ball video games and so forth:
🪂 paragliding: Centre de Parapente (tandem flights and so forth.):

📍Eze village:
📷 Exotic backyard Eze:
ℹ️ Tourist workplace:
🍽️ Château Eza (restaurant with a view):
🍽️ Le Nid d’Aigle (restaurant/salon de thé):
🍽️ Chèvre d’Or (lodge/restaurant/2 Michelin stars):
📍🥾Start of Nietzsche path in Eze village (Chemin de Nietzsche):

ℹ️ Tourist workplace:
🎨 Maeght Foundation: (closed for extension works till July 2023),
🍽️ Colombe d’Or:,
🪦 Chagall’s tomb:
📍📷 viewpoint:
📍🥾Fortification discovery stroll:

ℹ️ Tourist Office:
🏺Verrerie de Biot:
🏺Verrerie Pierini:
📍⛪ Church Sainte Marie-Madeleine:
🥁 Templar competition 2023:
🎶 Classical music competition “Les Heures Musicales de Biot”: often in early summer season, ask for date at vacationer workplace!
🎶 “Fête de la musique”: 21 June (in all of France)
🍽️ Restaurant Les Arcades:

ℹ️ Tourist workplace:
👨‍🍳 Culinary Festival “Les Etoiles de Mougins”:
🍽️ Restaurant L’Amandier:
🎨 MACM – Musée d’Art Classique de Mougins:
📷 Centre de la Photographie de Mougins:

Aila’s web site with tons of data on the French Riviera:


Photos/Maeght Foundation:
1) Cour Giacometti. Alberto Giacometti: L’Homme qui marche I 1960. L’homme qui marche II 1960. Grande Femme Debout I (Femme debout I). 1960 Grande Femme debout II, (Femme Debout II) 1960 Grande tête, 1960. © ADAGP, Paris 2022. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation
2) Le Jardin des sculptures. Joan Miró, Personnage 1972, Résine. Joan Miró, Personnage 1970, Bronze. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation © ADAGP, Paris 2022
3) Le Jardin des sculptures. Alexander Calder, Les Renforts, 1964, Tôle peinte. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation Maeght © ADAGP, Paris 2022
4) Georges Braque, Les Poissons, 1963, Mosaïque. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation Maeght © ADAGP, Paris 2022
5) Le Labyrinthe, Miró. 1964-1973. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation Maeght © ADAGP, Paris 2022
6) Impluvium – Architecture de la Fondation. Photo Olivier Amsellem – Archives Fondation

Footage Templar competition: thanks so much to the metropolis of Biot!

Drone footage: © Oliver Murko

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00:00 Introduction
00:25 Gourdon
02:30 Eze village
05:20 Saint-Paul-de-Vence
07:36 Biot
09:27 Mougins
12:41 abstract/preview


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