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Historic Biot: Oozing with Charm and Authenticity

Biot

Safely tucked away on a hilltop, four kilometres inland from Antibes is the authentic Provencal-style town of Biot. Strategically placed among hills covered with mimosa and olive trees, it is at a safe distance from coastal raids by the Mediterranean pirates of old. Biot has a fascinating history which is one reason by itself for a visit. You will see …

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Mur de Barrez: Monaco’s Blessings Shine Deep into France

Mur de Barrez

The Prince of Monaco, no different than the Queen of England, is invested with additional aristocratic titles that bear witness to the country’s fascinating path through history. You will be intrigued and perhaps even surprised to discover the origin of the title Count of Carlades which is third in the list of titles still attached to the Principality. HelloMonaco takes …

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Beaulieu-sur-Mer: A Coastal Paradise

Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Imagine the quintessential Côte d’Azur resort, aristocratic, palm trees swaying, Belle Époque palaces sweeping down to the Mediterranean, Provençal markets, embraced by glorious beaches. Add a touch of historic Monte-Carlo with its Casino and luxury boutiques and vintage roadsters and limousines. Add a pinch of tranquillity. Then wrap it in miniature and freeze it in time in the mid-1900s. There …

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Saint-Paul-de-Vence: jewel in the crown of the French Riviera

Saint-Paul-de-Vence

If your birthrite is a majestic hill within sight of the landing of Saint Paul on the shores of the Mediterranean, If you are blessed with a magical landscape and nature at its most generous giving rise to orchards, grapes and olives, truffles and honey, If your neighbours are Cannes and Monte-Carlo and celebrities adore you, If fortune smiles upon …

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Monaco’s Neighbour: Sospel

Sospel

This article will help you learn all a place near Monaco in the form of the small village of Sospel, which has about 4000 inhabitants. It is located at an altitude of 350 metres above sea level, near the Italian border and the Mercantour Park. Sospel is one of the most amazing places in the region. This small 15-kilometre patch …

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