The essentials of the Côte d'Azur Antibes, Nice, Mougins, Grasse, Monaco...
Close to the station, our 4-star establishment enjoys a strategic location which allows you to visit some emblematic cities of the Côte d'Azur: Nice, Monaco, Grasse and Antibes. These Mediterranean cities are essentials for your stay in Cannes. But also Valbonne, Eze village, Biot, Saint-Paul-de-Vence , so many internationally known villages.
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Mougins Capital of Gastronomy and the Arts of Living, Mougins
Mougins is undoubtedly one of the few pearls in the hinterland of the Côte d'Azur. Only 15 minutes from Cannes, this superb medieval village stands magnificently between pines, olive trees and cypresses.
The subtly preserved imprint of the past, the harmony of colors and the quality of light have won over many artists and celebrities who have chosen to stay in Mougins, including Picasso (who spent the last 15 years there. vie), Cocteau, Fernand Léger, Paul Eluard, Man Ray, Winston Churchill, Christian Dior, Catherine Deneuve, Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel ... among others. Mougins has always had close ties to the artistic and cultural world.
Romantic dinner par excellence
World capital of perfumery FAT
The reputation of Grasse, city of perfumes since the 17th century, today the world capital of perfumery, is well established. The perfume and food flavoring sector represents two thirds of French production. To visit its perfume museum, its perfume factories, its perfume shops ... Fragonard, Galimard, Molinard, the three great historic perfumers open their doors for free guided tours: from raw material to perfume through distillation or enfleurage, you will know all about the mysteries of the manufacture of a perfume.
You can then set off to explore an unknown, yet fascinating old town, take the beautiful busy and cool streets in summer, which are full of small shops and typical stalls. You will be able to admire a square Saracen tower, vestiges of 16th century ramparts, raised medieval houses and superb private mansions ... You will also come across picturesque fountains and squares with welcoming café terraces, vaulted passages. Do not miss the Notre-Dame du Puy cathedral, in the Romanesque-Provençal style: built in the 11th century.