Pays Vençois

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    It took its definitive aspect from the 11th century. Coursegoules was a “Royal town” from 1620 up to the French Revolution (1789).

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    City of antique and art dealers, la Colle-sur-Loup is a very pleasant touristic resort surrounded by wooded and green hills.

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    Originally a natural defensive site, Saint-Paul is surrounded by ramparts built in the first half of the 16th century under the reign of Francis 1st. From then, the village became a “Royal fortified place” opposed against the powerful Citadel of Nice.

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    City of Arts and of violets, Tourrettes-sur-Loup has a perfect geographic location between the sea and the mountains, at 20km from Nice and at 30km from Cannes.

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    Picturesque perched village, Saint Jeannet was built at the foot of its Baou for protection against all enemies. It is perfectly facing South making it an ideal location for cultivating olive trees, vineyards and flowers.

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    Small town of the Moyen Pays (Middle countryside), La Gaude has also its Baou that is 796 meters high. Less steep than the one of Saint Jeannet, its uneven terrain is perfect for paragliders to take off.

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