Tag: perched village

Trip to Castagniers

I’m picking up my series of posts about Villages Perchés (perched villages) because there are still so many I’ve yet to cover. Today’s village of Castagniers another regular summer ride and one of those villages grouped together by the Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur tourist… Continue Reading “Trip to Castagniers”

Trip to Aspremont

I’m picking up my series of posts about Villages Perchés (perched villages) because there are still so many I’ve yet to cover. Today’s village of Aspremont is another regular summer ride and one of those villages grouped together by the Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur… Continue Reading “Trip to Aspremont”

Trip to Duranus

I’m carrying on with my series of posts about Villages Perchés (perched villages) because there are still so many I’ve yet to cover. Today’s village of Duranus is another regular summer ride and one of those villages grouped together by the Métropole Nice Côte… Continue Reading “Trip to Duranus”

Trip to Utelle

I’m ploughing on with my series of posts about Villages Perchés (perched villages) because there are so many I’ve still to cover. Today’s village of Utelle is a regular summer club ride and another one of those villages grouped together by the Métropole Nice… Continue Reading “Trip to Utelle”

Trip to Falicon

I’m pushing on with my series of posts about Villages Perchés (perched villages) because there are so many I’ve still to cover. Today’s village of Falicon, which was one of my first rides with the cycle club, is another one of those villages grouped… Continue Reading “Trip to Falicon”

Potted history of Saint-Paul de Vence

When we first moved to the Nice area, we regularly walked around Saint-Paul de Vence’s narrow cobbled streets and bastioned fortifications which hug the contours of the rocky spur on which the village stands, affording fabulous views of the surrounding countryside. In addition, the… Continue Reading “Potted history of Saint-Paul de Vence”