Jardin de la Serre de la Madone
Plage de Menton
With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, it's very likely you'll want to spend some time on Menton's free pebble beaches or private...
Menton’s old town is a cascade of pastel-coloured buildings. Meander the historic quarter all the way to the Cimetière du Vieux Château ...
Jardin de la Villa Maria Serena
France's most temperate garden - known for its palm, olive and citrus trees - framing the white Villa Maria Serena, designed in a...
La Table d'Oc
This modern bistro does a brisk trade in southwestern cuisine, with cassoulet (a bean stew), duck and foie gras gracing the menu, all of...
Lonely Planet review
Beautiful if slightly unkempt, this garden was designed by American botanist Lawrence Johnston. He planted dozens of rare plants picked up from his travels around the world. Abandoned for decades, it is slowly being restored. Guided tours take place daily at 3pm. Take bus 7 to the Serre de la Madone stop.