Lush vegetation of date palms, carob, orange and lemon trees abound in this location, famed as much by walking enthusiasts as philosophers, since it is here that Nietzsche is supposed to have finished writing "Thus Spake Zarathustra".
Office de Tourisme - Place du Général de Gaulle - 06360 EZE VILLAGE
Tel.: +33(0)4 93 41 26 00Opening hours: Annual closing:
25/12 & 01/01 - Hiver fermé dimanche et jours fériés
Sights : the mediaeval village perched high above the Mediterranean with its narrow streets lined with artists’ and craftsmen’s studios and perfumeries. The Baroque Church with its altarpieces and trompe-l’oeil decoration; the exotic garden in the ruins of the mediaeval fortress on the rocky peak overlooking the sea.
This offers a new area of coolness and relaxation with a waterfall, mist spray and benches where you can relax under the sub-tropical plantations and an exceptional view.
Under the name Eze Autrement, the Tourist Bureau offers formulas for group tours.
The + French Riviera Pass
Affording breathtaking panoramic views, this medieval town
clings to a rocky spur hanging over the sea. Exuding the charm
of a perched village, Eze is known for is tropical garden and
famous “Chemin de Nietzsche” snaking through the pine forest.
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