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A place in Paradise: Mandelieu la Napoule

Mandelieu

In this article you will learn all about tourism activities in Mandelieu and what makes it a special place to visit. Mandelieu may not necessarily be your first choice for a weekend destination. However, there are quite a few reasons why you should spend some time here. The town of Mandelieu la Napoule, spread across the coastal hills in the …

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Antibes: second largest city of the Côte d’Azur of France

Antibes

This time, as part of our rubric about cities that are located in the neighbourhood of Monaco, we will tell you about the commune, located 45 km from the principality – Antibes and Quartier Juan-les-Pins. Antibes is considered to be the second largest city of the Côte d’Azur of France, having an area of ​​almost 27 km². Being the largest …

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Medieval village of Eze: Phoenicians of the French Riviera

Eze

Today’s “Monaco Neighbour” is the medieval village of Eze, perched in the mountains between Nice and Monaco. Like a phoenix nest, it rises 427 meters above the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. This very mythical bird is depicted on the coat of arms of Eze along with the saying “Isis Moriendo Renascor” which means, “When dying, I am reborn”. This place is …

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Monaco’s Marvellous Walks: Chemin de Nietzsche

Chemin de Nietzsche

Undeniably, the hills and coastal areas surrounding Monaco are some of the most beautiful places in the world; they each have their own unique charm that is worth discovering. One of the best ways to explore some of these areas is walking and HelloMonaco continues its series on Monaco’s most marvellous walks, taking you on a journey through the coastal …

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Monaco’s Marvellous Walks: Promenade Le Corbusier

Promenade Le Corbusier

HelloMonaco continues its series on Monaco’s most marvellous walks, taking you on a journey through the coastal as well as hilltop walks of the region, revealing the best ways to get there, beautiful things to see and telling interesting curiosities about the area. One of the best spring and summertime walks to go on is the Promenade le Corbusier. Promenade …

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