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"Located just a few minutes from Boulevard de la Croisette, this charming hotel stands in a 4.5 hectare park among fragrant Mediterranean plants just off the medieval village of Mougins (Alpes-Maritimes). From here you'll enjoy an unobstructed view over the valley of Grasse, the city of perfume (including Fragonard) and the Lower Alps."
"ꞌLe Mas Candille was an olive orchard in the 18th century. Its varied endemic plant life has been enriched with more than 200 varieties of Mediterranean plants throughout its five hectares, such as olive trees, carob trees, hibiscus, palm trees, papyrus, orange trees and jasmine.' These plants grow among the dappled shade of tall cypress trees which rise to the sky like candles. In fact, the cypress tree is called Candelou in the Provence dialect of Occitan, and this symbol of hospitality lends its name to Le Mas Candille."
"There are more than 25 art galleries and workshops just within Mougins. Make the most of this artistic atmosphere with a stopover at the André-Villers photography museum or at the museum of local history. A visit to Mougins would not be complete without a trip to the Mougins Museum of Classical Art where you will discover an impressive private collection from a variety of periods. You might finish your circuit with a stroll through the medieval streets of the village, where artisans show their wares in the shops, bringing a special charm to the surroundings."