Churches & chapels

Vence, Vence

Saint Elisabeth chapel

Saint Elisabeth chapel in Vence impresses with its rediscovered fresco paintings by Giovanni Canavesio, and its history dates back to the 14th century.
Saint-Paul de Vence

The Collegial Church

The 17th century marked the golden age of the church in Saint-Paul de Vence. Here, in 1666 the church was raised to the rank of Collegial Church by the bishop Antoine Godeau of Vence
Saint-Paul de Vence

The Cemetery of Saint-Paul de Vence

One of the most visited cemeteries on the Côte d’Azur – here rests several celebrities – including Chagall & Maeght
Saint-Paul de Vence

The Folon chapel – The White Penitents

Experience the admirable Folon Chapel, a design work of Jean-Michel Folon and learn more about an artist who had strong ties to Saint-Paul de Vence for over thirty years.
Antibes

Saint-Bernardin chapel

This beautiful and almost magical chapel, located in the middle of the old town of Antibes, is built on Roman foundations and dates from 1581.
Tourrettes-sur-Loup

The sundial in church Saint-Grégoire

The sundial is recognized as one of the very first instruments that men used to measure the passage of time because of its simplicity.
Grasse

Cathedral Notre-Dame du Puy

This church, built in the Provencal Romanesque style, was first mentioned in 1154 as the church of Saint Marie. The church was elevated to a Cathedral in ...
Cannes

Bellini Chapel

This beautiful chapel completely surprises, filled with art and dedicated to one of Cannes’ beloved artists, Emmanuel Bellini.
Nice

Russian church in Nice – Cathedral Saint-Nicholas

This is one of the most beautiful Russian churches of its kind outside of Russia. It is like a section of St. Peter's Square in Moscow, just located in the middle of Nice.
Antibes

Notre-Dame-de-l’Immaculée-Conception

This magnificent neoclassical church is built on the remains of a Roman temple dedicated to Diana and Minerva.
Antibes

Chapelle de la Garoupe

At the Garoupe Plateau, the highest point of Cap d’Antibes, you will find the most beautifully situated chapel on the entire Côte d’Azur.
Menton

The Russian Church

The Russian church in Menton was built by the Danish architect Hans Georg Tersling and is a symbol of the Russian presence in Menton.
Menton

Chapel Pénitents Noirs

It is the altar in the chapel that attracts the most attention. It is done as a "marqueterie" ..
Menton

Basilica Saint-Michel

Basilica is a Greek word and means royal / pillar hall. It is a building type, which originates from the classical Rome and ..
Vence, Vence

Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité

Here in the middle of the old medieval town of Vence you will find France’s smallest cathedral. Usually one expects cathedrals to be large and impressive...
Tourrettes-sur-Loup

The Church Saint-Grégoire

Cool in summer and warm in winter. Hospitable and peaceful. The parish church of the Provencal medieval village of Tourettes-sur-Loup always welcomes you...
Tourrettes-sur-Loup

The Saint-Jean Chapel

The Saint-Jean chapel was built in 1674 and then destroyed by a hurricane in 1925. In 1959 the chapel was given new life thanks to ...
Vence, Vence

Chapel Pénitents Blancs

This chapel is the largest and most interesting chapel in Vence. Centrally located, just a few hundred meters from Place Grand Jardin, on the ancient Roman road to Castallane...
Vence, Vence

Rosary Chapel by Matisse

The Rosary Chapel by Matisse is together with the cathedral in the old town Vence’s biggest attraction and one of Henri Matisse’s greatest masterpieces.
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