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Les 10 plus beaux villages de la région PACA

The Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in France. Its lavender fields, cicadas and enchanting climate are recognized throughout the world. If Marseille, Cannes or Nice attract many visitors every year, it is in the small villages that you have to go to fall totally under the charm of the region as in Alsace, Corsica or Brittany. Bathed by the sea or perched in the mountains, Petit Futé has ...

Eze met la Gastronomie à l'honneur à la rentrée !

On the occasion of the 10 th Days of Gastronomy, Les Gourmand'Eze welcomes a crowd of great chefs and artists around the theme street food-street art. For three days, the village of Eze will transform itself into a vast theatre of open-air taste and welcome the world's greatest chefs, all of whom come to share, with a passionate and fascinating audience, the love of a profession, a common passion. The great news for this tenth edition of ...

Les incontournables de la Côte d'Azur

The tabloids praise its jet set, rhinestones and sequins, but the Côte d'Azur is above all a land that cultivates its folklore and traditions in the image of the Nice Carnival, which welcomes many visitors every year. Between sea and mountains, the Côte d'Azur is the second most popular tourist destination in France, after Paris. This constantly blue sky has won the hearts of many artists such as Cézanne and Renoir... Why not yours? Petit ...

Cap Estel, un hôtel sans égal dans la région

Cap Estel is felt as a vast and prestigious guest house, as a confidential place to live, combining exigency, discretion and conviviality. Just a stone's throw from Monaco, majestically set on its private peninsula, Cap Estel knows how to take care of its effects. The imposing entrance gate on the Basse Corniche barely lets you guess the gem that you will discover as you descend towards the sea, some fifty metres below, through an ...