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St Paul de Vence, St-Paul-de-Vence
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
St Paul de Vence is among the oldest medieval towns on the French Riviera, well known for its modern and contemporary art museums and galleries, such as Fondation Maeght. This spot inspired many French artists, including Marc Chagall and more recently Bernard-Henri Lévy and Arielle Dombasle. The town's olive oil mill was historically the source of much of its prosperity. Visit the Esperon Tower, the Dauphin and Royal Bastions, and the medieval town walls, all of which once protected the town. Plan to visit St Paul de Vence during your St-Paul-de-Vence vacation using our convenient St-Paul-de-Vence vacation trip planner.
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This is an excellent town for a quiet walk. It's narrow streets are very pretty and there are galleries and jewellery shops to browse. A lovely surprise not far from the hustle and bustle of Nice.
Très joli petit bourg avec des petites ruelles touristiques. Les boutiques de souvenirs, peintures et sculptures sont nombreuses et vous pourrez y vagabonder librement. C'est un joli lieu pour laisser... read more »Very pretty little village with small tourist streets. The souvenir shops, there are many paintings and sculptures and guests are wander freely. It's a nice place to let wander your mind and your camera...show original
Bellissimo borgo medievale con vicoli stretti e scorci caratteristici. Ha anche un bel punto panoramico. Merita una visita!Beautiful medieval village with narrow streets and characteristic views. Also has a nice vantage point. Well worth a visit!show original
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