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All reviewsst paul de vencenarrow streetscar parksouth of francefree parkingcouple of hoursfrench rivierashops sellinghidden gemthe main squarehalf an hourshops and restaurantslovely shopsla cavestayed nearbyplaying bouleslate june
This village is indeed a wonderful place to stroll through its old streets without the crowd you find in St Paul de Vence.
Quite a few artists workshops can be found that offer interesting pieces.
A lovely perched villages 10 minutes drive from Vence. You will not find fancy shops but instead an authentic little village with lovely small streets and a great view over the sea. Have lunch or dinner at the Cinq - fantastic food.
A lovely ancient village, small streets.
Lovely restaurants, small shops with handcraftmade articles.
You can park your car on a special parkingplace and have a walk to the centre of the village. Nice views over the hills and the sea.
This is the second time we have visited, as a family, this old town in the hills. There are lots of small shops selling hand crafted gifts, especially jewellery. Good restaurants await, especially Clovis. Well worth a visit.
It’s lovely visiting time there on June 25 around 9 am. It’s very nice beautiful morning time as well. Some restaurants,cafes and shops started opening at that time. Everybody there were very friendly and greeting Bon Jour to our family with smiles. It’s hilly region...More
Response from Davidnewtown | Reviewed this property |
Vence is a town rather than a village. But has all you would need. St Paul is a more "spectacular" place with a more toursit feel. Nearer to Nice. Tourrettes sur loup is a smaller village but in my opinion more... More
Vence is a town rather than a village. But has all you would need. St Paul is a more "spectacular" place with a more toursit feel. Nearer to Nice. Tourrettes sur loup is a smaller village but in my opinion more "authentic"