We leave Villefranche-sur-Mer and continue on to our next stop which is the medieval village of Eze.
As we climb the Moyenne Corniche we have time for one last look at Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.
We are at the village of Eze and this is what it’s all about. This astonishing medieval village hovers on a rock terrace 429 meters high above the Mediterranean Sea and has a panorama that I imagine you would get from a lofty nest perched high on a precipitous landscape far above the surging waves below. The view leaves me breathless.
Eze is a typical French medieval village made up of narrow lanes and stone buildings which capture the local heritage and history of centuries ago. It’s like an outdoor museum, it’s so authentic.
For instance the oldest building in Eze is the Chapelle de la Sainte Croix and this dates back to 1306. Life back then was a bit harsh to…
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