Saint Paul de Vence
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Saint Paul de Vence is a "must see" this perched village is a gem with it's history, old streets, galleries, mythical spots for playing "boules" with a pastis and spectacular views of the countryside. You should also plan to see Eze and Antibes port and old town. So much to see!
Take a day trip to this beautiful town perched on a hill top near Cannes. Probably the prettiest village in Provence and the home of many artists over the years, including Picasso and Chagall.
A hilltop village overlooking the Mediterranean offers amazing art and cute alleys. Well-knwon artists, such as Picasso, Miró and many others came here in the 1940's and left a legacy behind. Eat lunch or stay for a night at the La Colombe d'or, family-run hotel that accommodated artists decades…
Spend the day hear visiting art galleries and exploring this stunning walled city.
Saint Paul de Vence is famous for its art galleries where you can buy paintings and sculptures. Marc Chagal's grave, famous Russian artist, is in St. Paul de Vence cemetery.