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Eze Village
Situated just after Nice, in the direction of Menton, Eze stretches out along the coast from Cap Roux to the Cabuel point. Lush tropical vegétation including bananas, dates, carob trees, orange and lemon trees are proof of the year-round warm climate.
The beach in the "baie d'Eze" has easy access and is shaded by pine-trees which almost grow down to the water's edge.

The Eze district does not just include the coast, and by climbing the middle coastal road, (N7) you will discover Eze village which is one of the most picturesque spots in the region. In spite of the crowds, it's a "must-see" for visitors...
Perched in an "eagle's nest" at the height of an imposing and superb cliff, the village and its light ochre church can be seen from afar. To find the entrance, take the small, rocky path which has a splendid view of the gardens surrounding the Château de la Chèvre d'Or. Once inside, you will discover a small Provencal village filled with charm and colourful window boxes, offering a panoramic view of the sea and coast-line.

Small narrow roads, archways and superbly restored stone houses, shady squares, refreshing ancient fountains... you will soon be seduced by the marvels of Eze. The village is so beautiful, it's hard to believe you have not stumbled onto a movie set... !

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