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This church is in an amazing position next to the lighthouse on the Cap d’Antibes. It takes some getting to with a long walk up Calvary path with many little stopping stations commemorating Christ’s climb up Calvary to his crucifixion. Make sure you wear the...More
I visited the Chapelle de la Garoupe in July 2018. It is near the Garoupe Lighthouse (Phare de la Garoupe). The church is quaint and very interesting. There was a choir practicing so I did not stay long. The church has a gift shop and...More
By long tradition, sailors (and others) who survived a dangerous experience such as a shipwreck would give thanks for their survival by posting a picture describing the experience. Such pictures date from the Chapelle's inception to as recently as a few years ago. They are...More
If you are looking for a quiet place away from the crowded beaches, visit the Chapelle de la Garoupeon top of a hill. The chapel has a very modest exterior, but inside it is filled with marine history like small boats hanging from the ceiling,...More
We walked up to this chapel the other day as we had some spare time to fill. The chapel itself if very pretty although we didn't go inside as there was a service taking place. It is a shame you can't go up the lighthouse...More
We have driven up here and walked up the steep and extremely stony path a couple of times and only once has the wonderful chapel been open!it was only then that we learnt of the men who carry the statue of Mary (?) down to...More
Accessible by car or walking, The dirt track is not called Calvary for nothing so if walking you need to be fit, but the views from the top are stunning and well worth the effort. There is so much history in the tiny church. There...More