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Beausoleil

A balcony overlooking the Mediterranean

Situated at the entrance to the Principality of Monaco, Beausoleil is a young cosmopolitan town that opens up onto the Mediterranean. By preserving its remarkable architecture, which dates back to the start of the 20th century when it was first founded, it has been recognised as a town from the “Belle Epoque”. A true balcony over the Mediterranean Sea, it offers magnificent panoramas from Cap Ferrat across to Italy!

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“Walking around Beausoleil gives you a true sense of the Côte d’Azur as it was in the Belle Epoque through its architecture, villas and palaces! The town is known as the ‘Balcony of the Mediterranean’ for a reason. Go to the Mont des Mules and enjoy the panoramic views of Monaco and the magnificent sea!”

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5 great reasons to visit Beausoleil

Experience the Belle Epoque atmosphere

The Gustave Eiffel market in the heart of the city

The Riviera Palace and its incredible winter garden

The stunning artist’s conception of the Villa Juturne

Climb Mont des Mules along the original Roman path

Nature

on the doorstep...
Forêt de Grima: A wonder of nature

In the hills above Beausoleil, the Grima forest offers a wonderful walk in natural surrounding with a remarkable biodiversity of plants and wildlife. Don’t miss out on its magnificent cliffs and caves! A perfect place for outings far from the bustle of the city!

Gustave Eiffel Market

in Beausoleil

Located in the city centre, partially covered by iron architecture designed by Gustave Eiffel, this traditional market is open every day until 1p.m. A lively, traditional market, there are around twenty colourful stalls selling fresh, top-quality produce from local producers including fruit, vegetables, cheese and honey. People love the friendly feel of this place! It’s worth nothing that in September, as a preview to the International Truffle Fair in Alba, this market, famous for its Italian flavours, celebrates Piedmont specialities! An unmissable event for all foodies!

Where to Stay

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