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We come to this great village every year while in the area. It is an excellent way to escape the heat, have a walk, and see a beautiful village. Be aware that you must park at the bottom of the hill (parking is free) and...More
A mideval village on the hills. The place is small but unique. The view is stunning. all the coastal plain as well as the town steep below the cliff is at your fingertips. The atmosphere is very nice. In December it was very quite.
This little village, perched on a rocky mountainside, is much more authentic and pleasant to visit than the more famous St Paul de Vence. Though still touristy, the atmosphere is calmer and the views are more stunning. Get some “pain d’épices” from La Marquisette before...More
Visited Gourdon one afternoon with the thunder rolling around us, very dramatic as it is set high up near the French alps. Amazing views and although the village is full of tourist shops a lot of-them are artisan selling soaps perfume jams and sweets. You...More
The village is located a very nice spot which on a clear day will give you an awesome view of Cote D'azur. It's a small village with architecture that give you feel that you have travelled back in time.
Went to Gourdon village In June with my family and so glad I did. This place is well worth a visit and you will not be disappointed. The views are stunning and the little shops are interesting. The village is known for crystal which you...More
Very quaint picturesque old village which can offer stunning views but be aware that because of its height it can often be shrouded in low lying cloud meaning this is rather moot. Tends to be somewhat of a tourist trap in terms of the shops...More