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With its breathtaking views of the azure blue Mediterranean, Èze is one of the most picturesque villages on the Riviera. Near Monaco, this small medieval settlement stands proudly on a high rocky outcrop. With cobbled alleyways and well-preserved houses, Èze has retained the authenticity of Provence’s villages. It’s an unmissable spot on the Côte d’Azur!
"Spend a day stimulating all your senses with a dazzling beauty programme, wonderful scents and smells, incredible tastes: floral art, perfume creation, guided tour of the exotic garden and a meal in our two Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant, La Chèvre d 'Or."
At more than 1400 feet above the Mediterranean, the exotic gardens of Èze are located on the site of an old medieval fortress. Caves, waterfalls, desert and Mediterranean plants fill this unusually rich botanical area. As you stroll along the garden’s paths, take the time to admire the breathtaking panorama that extends as far as the eye can see in front of you. Enjoy a moment of relaxation on a deck chair as you listen to nature and savor its beauty.
Just 15 minutes from the Château de la Chèvre d’Or, discover the Monaco Oceanographic Museum. Built on the slopes of the rock of Monaco by Prince Albert I in 1889, this museum of the sea is lapped by the waters of the Mediterranean. 6000 species of fish fill the 90 tanks in this building that covers almost one and a half acres. It’s a must-visit attractions for anyone passionate about the deep blue!