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Spirit of the Côte d'Azur
Beaulieu-sur-Mer has retained its unique architectural heritage, witness to the famous names and crowned heads that stayed there during the Belle Époque. Its beaches, fringed by a great variety of exotic plants, indicate the mildness of its climate.

A park planted with more than 100 century-old olive trees allows the visitor to find beauty and tranquillity at a only few paces from the sea.
Beaulieu-sur-Mer offers all the advantages of the upmarket Côte d'Azur with its luxury shops, quality hotels and restaurants which attract an international clientele. Beaulieu-sur-Mer, town of culture, has two large festivals, "Les Nuits Guitares" (Guitar Nights) and "Les Violons de la Légende" (Legendary Violins).
As a sporting, maritime resort, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, has a wide range of nautical activities and has a superb tennis club, the clay courts of which have been trodden by the current great champions. Two marinas grace the foreshore, the picturesque Baie des Fourmis and the main port which accommodates more than 800 boats, one of the most visited on the Côte d'Azur.
The Kérylos Greek Villa is one of the most extraordinary monuments of the Riviera. Conceived, facing the sea, at the beginning of the 20th century and modelled on the 2nd century BC noble houses of Delos by the archaeologist patron Théodore Reinach and the architect Emmanuel Pontremoli, the Kérylos Greek Villa is the reconstruction, unique in the world, of an Ancient Greek house. It is a surprising invitation to journey to the heart of Greek antiquity as, from the layout of its interiors to the refinement of its decoration, everything has been considered to recreate the atmosphere of a luxurious Greek villa.
Museum open all year.

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