Promenade Le Corbusier, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Formerly known as the Chemin des Douaniers, the Le Corbusier walk allows you to follow the coast from the tip of Cap Martin to Monaco (or the other way around). Magnificent landscapes and particular vegetation, endemic species and exotic plants imported at the end of the 19th century for the development of the gardens of the villas of Cap Martin. Along the path you can see the bust of the architect Le Corbusier, the villa E1027, the beaches of Buse and Golfe bleu and the Villas.
The Customs Officers' Path, Cap d'Ail
From the parking lot of Plage Marquet, this path leads to Plage de la Mala, nestled at the foot of the Pissarelles cliffs. Exotic species, dream villas and geological curiosities justify this walk once appreciated by Winston Churchill, Sacha Guitry or Greta Garbo.
The Maurice Rouvier Promenade, Beaulieu-sur-Mer
This walk, my favorite (the Sunday walk of my childhood) starts from the tip of the beach Baie des fourmis, at the bottom of the hotel Royal Riviera, Palace, to arrive in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat in front of the city hall. This 1,3km long walk (one way) is one of the most charming and pleasant of the French Riviera. The locals often do it after lunch to walk around and digest. You can admire in front of you the magnificent Villa Kerylos, then, in the middle of the path, you will arrive at the Place David Niven, and you can admire the splendid Villa in which he lived. All along the way you will find a breathtaking panorama on one side and beautiful villas on the other. Easy walk, recommended with children.
Cap Ferrat Tower, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat
This path is 4.8km long and starts from the quarry path (this is where the stones for the construction of the Port of Monaco were extracted between 1896 and 1906). By this path you will pass below the famous Grand Hôtel Du Cap and its Olympic swimming pool, before arriving at the Lighthouse and the Malalongue point. From this point of view you can admire the Cap de Nice and the Esterel. Then the creeks follow one another until the Plage de Passable, facing the bay of Villefranche. A magical walk, especially in good weather, a real moment of relaxation.
Tour of the Pointe Saint Hospice, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat
The beginning of the path starts at the beach of Paloma, from where you can already admire Beaulieu Sur Mer, Eze and Cap d'ail. This walk is 1,8km long. This path winds along the seaside through the Mediterranean vegetation and the magnificent rocks, until you arrive at the Saint Hospice path at the end of which you will see the Chapel built in the XIth century and the monumental bronze Virgin and the Belgian cemetery. Very pretty walk, magnificent points of view, we are surrounded by the sea, total disorientation.
Coastal path, Nice
This path extends from the Port of Nice to the Cap de Nice, it's a 45mn walk on an irregular path with ochre colored earth, as well as steps carved in the rock and wooden footbridges. 5 big panels have been placed along the path to present the beauties of the sea bed, to present all the species that live along the coast, in the water, the posidonia that avoid erosion or the jellyfish that make us feel sick in summer. Very beautiful view, to make excellent moment of relaxation.
Chemin des Douaniers, Cap d'antibes
Absolutely fabulous! This path is lined with Aleppo Pines, and runs along the southern tip of the peninsula between Antibes and Juan Les Pins, and the sanctuary of Nôtre Dame de la Garoupe. You will be able to admire the exceptional view, to swim in stone creeks with crystalline waters, to admire the gardens of the Villa Eleinroc as well as this splendid Villa at the bottom of the garden, a ballade of approximately 3,7km of absolute happiness.
Sources: Tourist offices of the mentioned places.