Les Sandales d'Eugénie
The neo-Gothic Église Ste-Eugénie was built in 1864 for – who else? – Empress Eugénie.
One of several options along the street leading up from the old port, this is a good place for wine by the glass and plates of tapas. It...
Café du Commerce
A classic corner bistro, just as good for an evening aperitif as for a faux filet steak cooked on a sizzling plancha (metal hot plate)....
18 rue Mazagran · interesting places nearby
Les Sandales d'Eugénie information
Vincent Corbun continues his grandfather's business, established in 1935, making and selling espadrilles in a rainbow of colours and styles (customised with ribbons and laces while you wait).