This magnificent dwelling is a reproduction of a 1st-century Athenian villa, complete with baths, stunning mosaic floors and furniture such as dining recliners. It was designed by scholar-archaeologist Théodore Rein…
Backed by palm trees, this clean, centrally located beach with gentle waves is a quintessential Beaulieu destination.
This beautiful public beach below the cliffs at the eastern end of Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a local family favourite.
Filled with ancient olive trees, this public park is a relaxing spot to take a break.
In 1862, following Beaulieu's decision to leave the Kingdom of Savoy and join France, the French government built a customs house and fort along the waterfront. Known as the Batterie de Beaulieu, it remained intact …
This prestigious tennis club, founded at the turn of the 20th century, hosts numerous events on its eight clay courts, including a riveting ITF international junior tournament every April.
Fishermen unload their daily catch each morning at the western edge of Beaulieu's port.