Beaulieu-sur-Mer in France, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Beaulieu-sur-Mer with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Beaulieu-sur-Mer
4.5 based on 174 reviews
The easy, level walk between Beaulieu Sur Mer and St Jean-Cap-Ferrat is along the Promenade Maurice Rouvier and provides beautiful views of the Mediterranean. When you arrive at St Jean-Cap-Ferrat, you can extend the walk by continuing up the Avenue Jean Mermoz until you reach Palermo beach, then descend to follow the Promenade des Fossettes around the smaller peninsula of Cap Ferrat. Please note - the Promenade des Fossettes can be affected by rough seas.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
It took Baroness Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild, one of the most original women on the French Riviera, seven years to build one of the most beautiful sites on the Côte d’Azur. An enlightened art enthusiast who travelled back and forth across France and Europe, Béatrice de Rothschild built up an incomparable and eclectic collection of masterpieces: priceless Sèvres and Vincennes porcelain, works by Fragonard, paintings by the masters (Boucher, Carpaccio, Tiepolo, etc.), Louis XVI furniture, and so on.
Early 20C villa with elaborate Gardens on a ridge overlooking Villefranche and Cap Ferrat. A series of themed Gardens were interesting, even in February.
Villa is a slightly mad confection of various styles.
Easy to get to from Nice on the 81 bus from next to the Modern Art Museum. Same bus stops at Villefranche, worth a visit and St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This historic part of Nice feels like a medieval village with narrow streets curving between old buildings with red-tile roofs, small restaurants and open-markets.
A lovely part of Nice to wander around by day or night . In the day it is a quaint bustling area of little shops and stalls and cafes. Very narrow streets that you could wander around for hours getting lost and seeing something different everytime . By night it lights up and all the cafes and bars are open and has a lovely atmosphere. A must do if your in Nice
4.5 based on 382 reviews
We've explored and relaxed here several times over the years. Never tire of enjoying it. Mainly arriving by train at their very convenient sea front station. This time we approached it by sea on a tender boat. What a delightful view that was. So colourful and clean. Lovely sandy beach. Very friendly locals, especially at the market by the Landing area. If you get the chance, do go there.
5 based on 288 reviews
Tasting of : Olive Oil and vinegar made in Nice- France Wine from Nice & Provence Delicatessen flavors and Souvenirs from Provence and Mediterranee; Salad Bar
Excellent choice for a short break. The sandwiches are amazing. The crew could be more polite but okHello, Thanks for your review. We are not known to be unpolite with our customers but it could happen once in a while...We are humans after all. Sorry for that, i will notice all the team. Best regards. Stephane
4.5 based on 114 reviews
From Malà Beach to Fontviellie in Monaco very nice walking or running. The path is easy, nice view and you can stop for a bath in the middle whenever you want. You can find beach isolated (not so much people like in Malà beach). I love it.
4.5 based on 530 reviews
Discover this Cote d'Azur seaside Palazzo, luxurious reconstitution of an Ancient Greek Villa. At the edge of the sea, facing the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat peninsula, the Villa is a magic place that takes you back in time. Entirely furnished and decorated, the Villa's many rooms bear witness to the art of living and refinement of Ancient Greece. The Villa is also a place for wedding and receptions organization.
We did not know exactly what to expect. We took the #81 bus from Nice and it was a 2 minute walk to the Villa and a lovely beach just around the corner. The villa with the audio tour included was an amazing faithful tribute to ancient Greece - architecture, decorations, furnishings and atmosphere. We used our RIveria Card to gain entry as it is included ..otherwise the price of entry is worth the visit. Don't miss the statues downstairs as well.
The bus route then takes you onto the Saint Jean Cap Ferrat.
4.5 based on 369 reviews
Just between Monaco and Nice there is still a beautiful port where you can just walk and enjoy the good weather of French Riviera. Not known to many, between the big houses and villas there is a public swimming place where you can relax and lie down on a stone pebbled beach. It is just a small area where it is not accessible if you don't have your own car. It is no surprise if you come across with a famous celebrity for the reason that the village is a the place for high-end vacation houses of VIP's.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Garden of tropical plants on the crest of the hill that dominates Eze.
Quite a long walk to the top of this medieval village to reach the garden. Euro 6 to enter, but I thought worth every euro! This succulent garden is absolutely lovely! Great views, interesting plants, and ruins at the top make it worth the climb.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This famous street travels along Nice's Mediterranean waterfront.
We stayed at the Hotel West End few minutes walk from the front beach. It is actually in the Promenade des Angles. The road is busy specially in the rush hour. However the Promenade it's walkable and safe and when it's sunny, definitely you can spend hours.
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