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Camping Les Gorges du Loup

965 Ch. Des Vergers 06620 Bar Sur Loup
Nice, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'Azur
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What to Do in Nice

If you go to Nice for bathing or generally lounging on the beach, you may wish to think again. The beaches of Nice consist entirely of gravel and rocks - much nicer beaches exist in other cities around the Mediterranean (Villefranche-sur-Mer or Cannes are way more sandy, though). A few private beaches have added a layer of sand, but the free public beaches are a stony experience.

Besides towels or mats, you should definitely bring sandals (walking on the rocks can be painful) and cushions (if you want to sit). There is, however, a beach volleyball area that is netted off; this area is artificially replaced with white sand, so as not to hurt the players' feet. Showers are provided (for free) on all public beaches, as well.

Private beaches offer various services from restaurants / bars to the rental of lounge chairs and towels.

Beautiful Landscapes

Go to Eze. It is a small village on the way to Monaco. The village is situated on a small mountain and there is a beautiful garden with a spectacular view (a must see). There is also a perfume factory which you can visit for free.

Modified: 2007-02-09 19:14:08+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Nice


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