Les Remparts is a wonderful small building that hugs the ramparts of Vence, a medieval town six miles north of Nice. From the balcony, one has a view of the Baous Mountains, the dramatic cliffs marking the end of the Alps, as well as the Chapelle du Rosaire, decorated by Henri Matisse to thank the nuns who nursed him through a serious illness. The town’s cathedral, built on the site of a forum from the Roman city of Vintium, has a mosaic designed by Marc Chagall. Tourists come to Vence from throughout the world to see the chapel and to stroll through the Cite Historique. (Historic Site)
Other Activities: shopping, boating, parasailing
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