Villa Noailles, Hyeres

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Art Gallery
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TripAdvisor
  • easy to find and boasting a fabulous view there is no reason to skip a visit here. The work and times of Mallet-Stevens is something to be seen. The current temporary exhibit not bad at all.  more »
  • The museum with its avaunt guard architecture has a number of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Set in beautiful gardens, with fantastic views over the surrounding region and town, well worth...  more »
  • In the past 10 years or so, I've seen the Villa Noailles being revived by the enthusiastic team behing the Fashion and Photography Festival... Worth a visit when the festival is on mi-April but any ot...  more »
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  • Interesting exhibition about the building and local artists. Building is in decent condition and a superb view of the landscape
  • An art galleries too modern overlooking the gardens and historic sites.
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  • You have a reason to appreciate the place. If you like architecture, this building is unique. If you like the design, the permanent and temporary exhibitions are interesting. If you like Botany, the garden is superb. If you like the beautiful view, you will see Hyères and its surrounding with a great panorama. If you like to relax, take a lounge chair in the garden. The access is free. Do not miss!
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  • Very nice place
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  • The villa is known for its architecture, so pity to have been an exhibition space! Result: the rooms are crowded with billboards, the original furniture custom built are not visible, and windows are blocked by curtains. How can we therefore see and understand the architecture...? As more architecture functionalist, if you can imagine in function? Having said that the place still worth to be seen. The gardens are incredibly varied and very pleasant to browse.
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