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Delightful medieval village

Definitely worth a visit - it has as much charm as many of the old towns on the Riviera although... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Alison L
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Stonehaven, United Kingdom
Charming and picturesque old town on a hilltop

During this year's visit to the French Riviera we decided to spend a few hours in Saint Paul de... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
AndaLibra
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Bucharest, Romania
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Place du Peyra, 06140 Vence, France
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Definitely worth a visit - it has as much charm as many of the old towns on the Riviera although don't confuse it with St Paul de Vence which is about 3 kms down the road, which has ramparts to walk around. Plenty of cafes...More

Thank Alison L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

During this year's visit to the French Riviera we decided to spend a few hours in Saint Paul de Vence. For me stories I heard about all the famous or less famous artists (mostly painters) who came here and found their inspiration, was quite intriguing,...More

Thank AndaLibra
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Lovely place to visit...and eat. Near everything. The weekly Market was a delight!! Vence is beautiful and the old part of Vence makes it a memorable trip.

1  Thank gloria c
Reviewed 30 June 2018

If you come from a drought stricken country, then the abundance of the water available from the fountain of du Peyra do not cease to delight and amaze. Water that has been available for centuries? I hope the people of Vence appreciate it!

Thank rianas139
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

This beautiful medieval market town is authentically French and an absolute joy! It’s quieter and a lot less touristy than St Paul de Vence, which is 5 minutes down the road Vence has a lot to offer the visitor - the medieval central area with...More

1  Thank Nick and Angel S
Reviewed 11 June 2018

The village of Vence is well worth a few hour visit to stroll the narrow lanes and small streets, Every side street offers something new to see.

Thank 564norm
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Quaint but not so quaint that you really need to see it. Not many shops, only a small number of good restaurants. Somewhat tattered, along with some of the residents. Bleh.

Thank ExRIGuy
Reviewed 6 May 2018

I prefered Vence to Saint-Paul de Vence which is a little bit further down the road. Vence is a modern town with a medieval centre which is nice to visit and wander about the old narrow streets. A visit to the church is a must

Thank Taxidevil
Reviewed 27 January 2018

Easy to maneuver the narrow, cobblestone streets, charming boutiques, colorful local shops, butchers, fruit and vegetable store, etc.

1  Thank charlesturk54
Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

We walked through the old city via the main small pedestrian street. There are many unique art shops along the way. At the end of the street is an overlook and a cemetery where Chagall is buried.

Thank Diane K
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roncas
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Response from Diane K | Reviewed this property |
I doubt if it is practical. You probably need to go to Nice first.
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