French Riviera – Beaulieu-sur-mer

BeaulieuBeaulieu-sur-mer is a beautiful, warm and relaxing beach side town located between Nice and Monaco. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet on the popular and crowded French Riviera, Beaulieu-sur-mer is perfect. Rumor has it Napoleon gave Beaulieu its name, because he was very impressed by the beauty of the place.

Why visit Beaulieu-sur-mer and what to do there

Beaulieu is a calm and serene place with cliff like mountains, calm waters and sandy beaches. It is the ideal place to spend a few relaxing days. It provides easy access to Nice, Monaco and the beautiful Eze village.

Beaulieu sur mer

Beaulieu sur mer

Beaulieu sur mer

Beaulieu sur mer

Beaulieu sur mer

Beaulieu sur mer

For many young people Beaulieu-sur-mer might seem overly quiet, but just in case you get bored here are a few things you can do:

-go sea cruising, fishing, scuba diving and whale watching
-climb the mountains for some stunning views of the French Riviera
-walk till Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
-admire the many luxurios villas with wonderful architecture- gree style Villa Kérylos, La Rotonde, Le Bristol, Le Palais des Anglais, Le Casino
-visit the beach club from Beaulieu -Zebra Plage.

How to get to Beaulieu-sur-mer

If you stay in Monaco or Nice and you want to see Beaulieu, just take the bus that costs only 1 euro .
You can get to Beaulieu-sur-mer from Nice international airport by train or by bus.The train is the easiest and fastest option.You can buy the train or bus tickets at the airport from any terminal bus ticket office
In order to get to Beaulieu-sur-mer you should take the train from St Augustin Station(located at 10 minute walk from Terminal 1 of the Nice airport) and stop in Beaulieu.
The second option to get to Beaulieu is by bus, but you have to change the bus once in Nice.Take the bus number 98 from outside either terminal of the airport and change to bus 81 or 100(a very crowded bus) at the stop Segurane in Nice.

Have a nice time in Beaulieu-sur-mer!

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