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Promenade Le Corbusier

Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
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Easy walk. No crowds.

Staying in Nice, I took the train to Monaco. Such beautiful coastal views, I decided to explore it... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
PeterF_Syd
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Sydney, Australia
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Part of the Sentier Littoral

The hike of Cap Martin is part of the Sentier du Littoral, the footpath along the French south... read more

Reviewed April 25, 2017
Globetrotter045
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Haacht, Belgium
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Staying in Nice, I took the train to Monaco. Such beautiful coastal views, I decided to explore it further. The next day, one train stop past Monaco, I disembarked at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, and was the only person to do so. Following the path along the railway,...More

Thank PeterF_Syd
Reviewed April 25, 2017

The hike of Cap Martin is part of the Sentier du Littoral, the footpath along the French south coast. The walk around the cape is easy, sometimes a few steps up and down but nothing strenuous. Along the path you have some great views of...More

Thank Globetrotter045
Reviewed April 4, 2017

I started from Carnoles the local town where it seems all the people who work in Monaco live. The day was fine but windy so the beach here was wild with surfers coming out of the Mts to experience these unusually large waves. The colour...More

Thank GrantRichard
Reviewed March 8, 2017

Arrived by train at the station in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin from Nice ville railway station and set off East on the path bordering the train line leading to the cliff top path towards Menton. The path, although undulating, was quite easy, with lovely, panoramic views in both...More

Thank Specsavers2
Reviewed November 20, 2016 via mobile

We got the train from Cannes to Menton which takes just over an hour. Menton is a lovely place and we had coffee in the old town before setting off to Monte Carlo. The first part takes you along the promenade and eventually on to...More

1  Thank pburgess2016
Reviewed September 21, 2016

Walked out from Menton to Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, and then up the steep steep hill to the fort and Le Corbusier's grave at about 1pm. Even then there were runners out in the 30 degree heat. By 3pm I was brave enough to strip to shorts and...More

1  Thank Alun W
Reviewed September 15, 2016

The "Chemin de Douaniers" walk around the Cap Martin is a superlative walk, with panoramic views all along, on the one side, beholding the skyscrapers of glitzy Monaco in the distance, the cozy beaches of "Le Buse" and "Le Golfe Bleu" along your way (and...More

1  Thank ninaleneman
Reviewed July 25, 2016

At the entrance of the Promenade you have a statue of Le Corbusier who one day went for a swim from his little cabin dwelling on the rocks, overlooking Cabbé Beach & sadly drowned after a heart attack. His little house is open to visits...More

2  Thank Patrick M
Reviewed May 12, 2016

Beautiful scenery and views out to sea and Monaco is easily visible. Landscape is somewhat wild but lovely and the crashing waves below are dreamlike.

2  Thank mrdesign
Reviewed May 10, 2016 via mobile

Started out from Menton toward Monaco for a one hour power walk thinking it would be easy to get off at certain points. Wrong. Ended up walking to the start of Monaco but what an incredible walk. If you are into fitness, the concrete path...More

3  Thank Sunshine1613
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cheeky8935
We are staying in St Tropez ..can anyone recommend any fun things to to with children nearby ( other than the beach ) They are 8,9 and 12 and would enjoy the coast path, is it accessible from St Tropez and if so which direction can we walk and still get a bus or boat back again all in one day ? Any help appreciated ! Louise
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Response from Bywood | Reviewed this property |
I would have to concur with SaleM33. That said, if you decide on the journey it is a fantastic walk along the Med. coast line. It is a bit narrow in certain sections so this may be a concern if your kids like to rough... More
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