CoarazeCoaraze in the Alpes-Maritimes
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The village of Coaraze in the department of Alpes-Maritimes cann’t hope for a more beautiful setting. Nestled in the heart of magnificent landscapes, this typical village of southeastern France reconciles modernity and tradition. You will have time to enjoy privileged moments with your loved ones, far from the stress of your daily life.


Would you prefer a sporty vacation in contact with nature? You can walk along the hiking trails of this unspoiled area of southeastern France. Many outdoor activities can also be enjoyed in southeastern France. For example, you can opt for a horse riding session, or shiver during a treetop adventure session.

From the shores of the Mediterranean to the mountain pastures of the alpine valleys, the attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on its gastronomy. During your stay, treat yourself to a gourmet experience by visiting a local market. There you can meet local producers and taste fruit and vegetables, honey, sweets and other regional specialties.

The region’s heritage promises you some great discoveries. Here, a particularly well-preserved fountain. In the vicinity, a medieval castle with its keep and ramparts. To find out more about the monuments, the tourist sites, the local agenda, you can contact the Tourist Office. Are you looking for accommodation in Southern France? Renting a bungalow in a campsite, booking a bed and breakfast, hotels… You can easily find accommodation that meets all your criteria in the region.

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

During your stay, you will be able to push open the doors of a large number of museums, both well-known and unusual. There are several dozen in the department: the Grimaldi castle-museum in Cagnes-sur-Mer, the Terra-Amata museum of human paleontology, the Museum of Asian Arts and the Anatole Jakovsky international museum of naive art in Nice…

Sea or mountain?

The perched village of Coaraze is situated in a remarkable natural setting. But the mountains of the Alpes-Maritimes are never far from the Mediterranean Sea. You can easily reach the beaches of Nice or Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat for a day with your feet in the water, and thus vary your activities and leisure.