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By car: Nice Promenade des Anglais → Port of Nice → departmental road D6098 → Villefranche-sur-Mer.
By bus:81 from the Modern Art Museum, 100 from the Port of Nice.
La Belle Etoile It is a restaurant, a “rendez-vous”, a moment of pleasure and gastronomy, all set in a welcoming and friendly environment. Located at Villefranche-sur-Mer, in the old town, just 50 m away from the docks, the restaurant offers an intimate and peaceful setting. The dining area is arranged in an old typical house full of charme. Its contemporary decoration makes it a simple place. The tree-lined terrace, with a beautiful bougainvillea, extends the dining area in a relaxing, holiday-like atmosphere. Address: 1 Rue Baron de Brès 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
☎ + 33 4 97 08 09 41 Open every evening June and September: closed on Sunday // October to May: closed on Monday and Sunday
Le Trastevere Address: 7 Quai de l’Amiral Courbet, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
☎ +33 4 93 01 94 26
Le Mayssa Restaurant located in Villefranche-sur-Mer in an exceptional decor, beautiful views on the bay of Villefranche and the Cap Ferrat. Address: Place Wilson 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
☎ + 33 4 93 01 75 08
La Mère Germaine ‘La Mère Germaine’ Restaurant in Villefranche-sur-Mer is a major gourmet landmark on the French Riviera since 1938. “When I look at Villefranche, I can see my youth. May men never be allowed to change it” said the poet and artist Jean Cocteau of this legendary place. It was in this fishing port between Nice and Monaco that La Mère Germaine chose to locate her restaurant in 1938. On the waterfront, a unique site on the French Riviera, this house fits perfectly in the tradition of fine dining, hospitality, comfort and gastronomy. Try the fish and seafood specialties or its famous bouillabaisse, one of the best in the region. Address: Quai Courbet – 06230 Villefranche sur Mer
☎ + 33 4 93 01 71 39
Le Marichiaro Ristorante – Pizzeria Address: 2 Place Amélie Pollonais, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
☎ +33 4 93 01 83 73
La Voile Bleu Café & Snack – Facing the beach ! Opening hours: Every day in the summer | Breakfast, Lunch & diner Address: 23 Prom. des Marinières, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
☎ +33 4 93 01 86 95
L’Oursin Bleu L’Oursin Bleu, a remarkable gourmet restaurant facing the bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer, combines the magical beauty of a setting full of history to the subtlety of fine cuisine. The rigorous product selection emphasizes the freshness of the food. It has the absolute best quality of products paired with a creative take on authentic cuisine. Try the “chic bouillabaisse tasting”, “monkfish steak with foie gras as a Rossini”, “big prawns” or the “vanilla pear tartare with ginger”. In these dishes, you will discover exquisite and unexpected flavors. L’Oursin Bleu, concerned about your comfort, offers a valet service and a skipper service to pick you up on your boat, 7 days a week from April to October. Address: 11 quai de l’amiral Courbet – 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer☎ + 33 4 93 01 90 12
Passable Beach On the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, nested between Nice and Monaco, this location is one of the most sought after location of the Côte d’Azur. With lush greens and sheltered from the wind, the Passable beach is warn all day long by rays of sun. For more information, visit the website.
Deli Bo Beach Adress : 19-21 Prom. des Marinières, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer
04 93 62 99 50
A Taylor-Made Programme – A simple sea journey. – A lunch, a dinner, a cocktail. – A half or full day cruise. – Any type of promotional operations, meetings, public relations, press conferences, seminars, etc. – Renting for several days, particularly over large international demonstrations (Midem, Mipim, Tax-Free…)
For more detail, please contact us: PORT DE NICE QUAI LUNEL (en face des Affaires Maritimes) Tél. : 04 92 00 42 30 Fax : 04 92 00 42 31 firstname.lastname@example.org Parking Internet
In the heart of the Riviera, halfway between the Italian border and the Nice Côte d’Azur international airport, the Hotel Versailles is ideally located to enjoy the region from the best possible vantage point. From the rustic charm of old Nice to the Principality of Monaco’s grandeur, the lush gardens of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild to the historical pergolas of the Villa Kerylos, from its 16th century Citadel to the traditional fishing boats of the Port of Villefranche, follow in celebrated artist Jean Cocteau’s footsteps to explore Villefranche-sur-Mer and its surroundings.
La Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght Painters and sculptors collaborated with the Catalan architect Josep Lluís Sert, creating works which were integrated into the building and the surrounding natural environment: the Giacometti courtyard, the Miró labyrinth with its sculptures and ceramics, the mosaic murals of Chagall and Tal Coat, Braque’s pond and stained glass windows and Bury’s fountain.
Indoor and outdoor spaces link up with each other through the sculpture garden, the courtyards, terraces and patios. The Maeght Foundation is already famous for its architecture and gardens; it is also home to one of Europe’s richest collections of modern and contemporary art. The greenery of its grounds makes the Maeght Foundation the ideal place to discover the great artists of our time.
Address: 623, chemin des Gardettes 06570 Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France ☎ +33 4 93 32 81 63 Open every day, without exception: October-June: 10 am – 6 pm // July-September: 10 am – 7 pm
Address: Place Yves Klein 06364 Nice cedex 4 ☎ + 33 4 97 13 42 01
Picasso Museum Constructed on top of the ancient acropolis of the Greek city of Antipolis, roman castrum, it became a residence to bishops during the Middle Ages (from 442 to 1385), the Grimaldi castle has been inhabited by the Monegasque family that gave it its name, since 1385. First the King’s governor lived there and from 1792, it became the city hall. The building was then transformed into barracks in 1820, marking the taking possession of the premises by military engineers until 1924.
Professor of French, Greek and Latin at the Lycee Carnot in Cannes, Romuald Dor de la Souchère began in 1923 archaeological searches in Antibes. On March 29, 1924, Dor de la Souchère created the society of Friends of the Museum of Antibes. Their goal was to establish a historical and archaeological museum and to work on publicizing the history of the region. In 1925, the Grimaldi castle was bought by the city of Antibes and Romuald Dor de la Souchère became its first curator. In September 1945, Pablo Picasso visited the Grimaldi museum for the first time and in 1946, Romuald Dor de la Souchère asked him to use part of the castle as a workshop. Address: Place Mariejol, 06600 Antibes ☎ +33 4 92 90 54 20
Matisse Museum The Matisse Museum is situated on the hill of Cimiez, not far from the Franciscan monastery with its Italian gardens, the Hotel Regina where Matisse used to reside, and the Gallo-Roman ruins. The Museum has been welcoming visitors to see its collection of works since January 5 1963, left by the artist (and his heirs) to the city of Nice where he lived from 1918 until 1954.
Address: 164, av. des Arènes de Cimiez 06000 Nice ☎ +33 4 93 81 08 08 For more information, visit thewebsite!
Le Village d’Eze The village of Èze is located a few kilometers East of Villefranche, and is a beautiful picturesque village with a history dating back to the Greeks. The village stands atop a hill, making for beautiful pictures, and can be visited by foot. To learn more about this village, visit the Èze Tourismwebsite!