Eze is a wonderful quaint perched medieval village that is a firm favourite of many.
The views are stunning and it is fun to meander through the narrow cobbled streets to the top and visit the exotic gardens. The gardens offer probably one of the most stunning panoramas with sculptures of Jean-Philippe Richard dotted here and there.
On the way down, stop off at the church of Eze, beautiful and peaceful with its ochre coloured façade.
The little restaurant “Le nid d’aigle” is perfect for a bruschetta taken on the terrace under a century-old mulberry tree or in front of that little window inside with great sea views. A must.
Be careful not to confuse Eze village with Eze Bord de Mer, a modern town on the waterfront.
Parking is at the foot of the village.