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Stories and Tips Eze

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great places worth visiting

Written by Zhebiton on 19 Jan, 2011

On the French Riviera a lot of great places worth visiting. One of them - village of Eze, which is attached to a rock, situated at an altitude of 427 meters above sea level.The village was founded in 600 BC, when a municipality is organized…Read More


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Jardin Exotique and Castle ruins

Written by UK Flower Girl on 04 Feb, 2004

Whether people go up for the Exotic Gardens or just for the view is questionable. These Exotic Gardens are set high atop the village of Eze with the Castle ruins by their side. At just 2.50 euros each, you are getting a bargain,…Read More


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L'Eglise Notre-Dame-de l'Assomption and the Cemetery

Written by UK Flower Girl on 04 Feb, 2004

This church, dated from the late 1700s. It is highly recognizable on the rises of Eze village, situated near the top. Its unmistakable bright yellow colour draws you near. "The stripped facade of the Church Notre-Dame-de l'Assomption, the building of which began…Read More


Fragonard Parfumeur

Written by UK Flower Girl on 04 Feb, 2004

Before setting off on our journey to the south of France we realized that this area is famed for perfume production. We had two choices in perfumeries to visit on our holiday--Fragonard or Gallimard. Because of its proximity to our flat, we chose…Read More


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Aerial View of the Village

Written by A. Stevenson on 31 Oct, 2000

For the view shown in the photo below, you'll need a rental car. Take the 'Haute Corniche' and follow directions to 'Astrorama', the observatory. Once you reach the observatory, continue driving (the road will turn right) until you reach a parking area. A bit further…Read More


Eze, star of the Cote D’Azur

Written by Wasatch on 21 Feb, 2006

Guide books list the ancient perched village of Eze as one of the sights along the Cote d’Azur, theRivera in English. They have it backward. Eze is THE sight to see, all the rest—Monte Carlo,Nice, Menton, Cannes, etc.— are incidentals in the vicinity…Read More


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