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Tourist routes


All means of transport are ideal for visiting the best or lesser known sites of the Côte d'Azur.

tourist routes, cultural or gourmet stays, sumptuous panoramas, the Côte d’Azur will forever stay in your best holiday souvenirs.

... following an extraordinary cultural and historic heritage

The Nisso-Ligure Baroque route
Discover 80 of the most beautiful monuments, sacred and secular, of a priceless architectural heritage: chapels, churches, palaces etc. dating from the end of the sixteenth to the beginning of the eighteenth century.
   
The Route des Bréa
This route explores the altarpieces created by the "Primitifs Niçois" schools (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries), which adorn the churches and chapels in the region.
   
The Route Napoléon
This retraces, from Golfe-Juan, the Emperor’s historic route taken when returning from the island of Elba in 1815. The route starts in the Pays de Grasse then follows national 85 through the Alps to Digne and Grenoble.
   
The Route des Jardins de la Riviera
Discover sixty outstanding gardens, wonders of nature or mastepieces of man.
 
Via Julia Augusta
A exceptional Roman route of 9 stages, from Menton to Vintimille.
 
 
... natural riches

The Via Alpina
5 international routes (from Monaco to Trieste), through 8 Alpine countries, encompass more than 5,000 km of paths on which you can discover the natural heritage of the Alps.
   
Chemins du Soleil
A grand crossing of the Alpine foothills on mountain bike! The Chemins du Soleil offers 2 routes in the heart of nature, with over 1,000 km of marked routes.
   
Coastal walks
Walk along the coast and be astounded by the beauty of the surroundings: Cap Martin, Cap d’Ail, Cap Ferrat, Cap d’Antibes.
     
The Route du Mimosa
From Bormes-les-Mimosas to Grasse, this 130 km. route is best enjoyed from January to March when the Mimosa, their symbol of gold and sunshine, flowers.
 
The Lavender Route
Cross lavender territory in the departments of the Drôme, the Vaucluse, the Alpes de Haute Provence, the Hautes-Alpes and the Alpes- Maritimes. The most beautiful tourist route in Provence, on bike, by car or by motorbike!
 
... tourist trains

The Train des Pignes
Travelling between Nice and Puget-Théniers, the train des Pignes is a traditional narrow gauge train that rolls through the villages of the Vallée du Var.
The Train des Merveilles
From Nice to Tende, the Train des Merveilles is a chance to take one of the most beautiful railway journeys in the heart of the rich baroque heritage of the Roya-Bévéra and Paillon valleys.
 
 
   
   









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