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Built in 1300 by Rainier Grimaldi, Lord of Cagnes-sur-Mer, the château that bears his name, now houses a museum. The castle served as a fortress and defensive lookout for two centuries. It was transformed into a stately home in 1620. Its architecture was then modified to add the monumental gateway surmounted by the Balcon d'Honneur, still visible today.
A listed historical monument, the Château Grimaldi houses the Museum of the Olive Tree, the Solidor donation, and baroque painted ceilings. Numerous temporary exhibitions of contemporary art are held at the Grimaldi Chateau Musée.
Perched above the sea, surrounded by ramparts, a stroll through the shady streets of Saint-Paul de Vence is extremely pleasant.
In the Grande Rue of this artists' village, visitors will find workshops, art galleries and shops selling handicrafts that will appeal to art lovers. They can also visit the Maeght Foundation, which houses a rich collection of modern and contemporary art.
Visitors, like Verlaine before them, can listen to the tranquil murmurings of the water burbling in the fountain in the Place de la Grande Fontaine. The poet is not the only one to have been seduced by the charm of Saint-Paul-de-Vence. The plane trees of the bowling square,
were the privileged spectators of games of pétanque between Yves Montand and Lino Ventura.
Discover the art de vivre in Saint-Paul-de-Vence's colourful markets featuring all the flavours and scents of Provence. Enjoy an excellent meal on the terrace accompanied with a glass of wine from Saint-Paul-de-Vence.
Saint-Paul de Vence, the artists' village, is home to the Maeght Foundation and its vast modern art collection. Straight out of the imagination of the Catalan architect Josep Lluís Sert, and thanks to the talents of Giacometti, Miró and Chagall,
the Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation is a unique location, a work of art that houses hundreds.
Visitors can discover a very representative collection of the greatest artists of the twentieth century including Georges Braque, Alexander Calder and Fernand Léger. Contemporary Art lovers will not be disappointed either. They can admire the works of Adami, Calzolari, Del Re, Kelly, Kuroda, Monory
Oh Sufan, Takis or Tàpies.
Facing the sea, bathed by the sun, the Via Veneto invites customers to enjoy a little bit of the elusive Dolce Vita. In this old Provencal house, they are invited to enjoy the house specialties showcasing Italian and Mediterranean flavours cooked over a wood fire.
Relax and enjoy these succulent concoctions before going for a stroll on the seashore.
Gourmets flock to this exclusive spot. The Carré Bleu serves traditional and refined cuisine based on fresh products. Overlooking the sea, the bright setting is conducive to relaxation. Cuisine inspired by the sea is naturally in the spotlight, but the chef also proposes delicious mountain specialties for those cold winter days. In short, the sky is blue in Cagnes-sur-Cagnes.