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Parks und Natur in Alpes-Maritimes

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“Very nice view over the city from the top of the park and the walk to get there is very nice.”
  • 255 Einheimischen empfohlen
Nature Preserve
“Massif de l’Esterel, a coastal volcanic mountain range of red-ochre rocks, is one of the most stunning natural places of the Côte d’Azur. The Massif has lots of good walking trails and is also perfect for cycling and mountain biking. Along the coast road, you can visit small towns and resorts such as Agay, with its sheltered bay and a lovely beach, Le Trayas, and Mandelieu-la-Napoule with its harbor and 14th-century castle. Driving distance from Cabris: 45 min ”
  • 75 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Unglaubliche Flora und Fauna (über 2000 Planzenarten), im Nationalpark leben Gämsen, Alpensteinböcke, Steinadler, Bartgeier, Murmeltiere und Europäische Mufflons, die man sehr schön beobachten kann. Hier finden sich die beiden Täler Vallée des Merveilles („Tal der Wunder“) und Vallée de Fontanalbe („Tal der weißen Quelle“), die wegen ihrer mehr als 35.000 Felsritzungen aus der Bronzezeit besonders berühmt sind. Die Gravuren finden sich in einer Höhe zwischen 2100 und 2600 Metern und wurden wahrscheinlich von Hirten der Umgebung um 1800–1500 v. Chr. eingeritzt. Unter den Motiven finden sich Tiere, Menschen, geometrische Figuren sowie Werkzeuge und Waffen. 1989 wurden die Felszeichnungen zu Naturdenkmälern erklärt.”
  • 91 Einheimischen empfohlen
Historische Stätte
“Zauberhaftes Museum mit Restaurant und Park mit traumhaftem Blick auf das Meer”
  • 80 Einheimischen empfohlen
Botanical Garden
“Hanbury botanical gardens are one of the main attractions in the province of Imperia. Located on the border with France, they cover a surface area of 18 hectares”
  • 59 Einheimischen empfohlen
“The Phoenix Park (Parc Phoenix), also called “Nice Floral Park” is a botanical and zoological garden located near Nice Airport, in the Arenas district. On 7 hectares, you will find a very high biodiversity, both fauna and flora, with aviaries, marsupials, porcupines, otters and a pond. One of the major attractions of the site is the large greenhouse, which has several tropical climates with tropical plants and various bird specimens including pink flamingos. In the park, you will also find a children playground area. Phoenix park is a great place to spend an afternoon with your family in Nice!”
  • 136 Einheimischen empfohlen
“This one is a must for people traveling with kids. The kids will enjoy playing in the fountain and the playground.”
  • 101 Einheimischen empfohlen
“You can run out of the residence and get back in the Park to go for a military trail / walk in the green. ”
  • 51 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Just outside Antibes, the sandy beaches of la Garoupe are filled with locals and tourists alike. It is not surprising: the sea is warm, beaches boast soft white sand, and the views are absolutely breathtaking. Note that until mid-October, most of the beaches are private, with a few free public ones. There is plenty of free parking in the streets around la Garoupe, however, it can get very busy in summer. Fun fact: taking selfies is not allowed at Garoupe Beach in order to encourage visitors to enjoy the moment. Driving distance from Cabris: 45 min ”
  • 47 Einheimischen empfohlen
“The Nice Opera is a municipal lyric theater located in Old Nice. It is managed by the city of Nice in direct municipal management and has 1,083 places”
  • 44 Einheimischen empfohlen
Malerischer Ausblick
“Mount Boron is a Mediterranean forest located on the east of Nice. It’s also the place where you can find the very photogenic Fort Mount Alban. It offers many walks with beautiful views of the Bay of Angels and the Bay of Villefranche. To get to Mont Boron, take the city bus number 14 from Nice.”
  • 28 Einheimischen empfohlen
Soccer Field
“ Departmental Park of La Valmasque In a pristine natural setting around the Sophia Antipolis Science Park, the Alpes-Maritimes General Council wished to maintain a wreath of green with the two Departmental Parks of La Valmasque and La Brague. Comprising three wooded hills alternating with the small valleys of the small streams flowing into the Brague, Valmasque and Bouillide rivers, Parc de la Valmasque is ideal for children and welcomes you with the family to observe Nature and participate in games and sports. Discover the lotus pond Fontmerle Pond is an aquatic enclave of great biological wealth and a focus of attraction of amazing beauty. Strolling through the Park takes you through a pine grove dominated by Aleppo pine, a pine and oak grove where Mediterranean oak grow under the cover of pine trees and, finally, an oak grove with holm oak, pubescent oak and cork oak trees. Fontmerle Pond is surrounded by 12 hectares of meadows, with willow, poplar and bald cypress trees whose flamboyant colours delight visitors in autumn. Part of the pond harbours aquatic plants, such as reeds, rushes, sedges and yellow iris. But, in summer, what is most striking is the show put on by lotus flowers. Introduced in 1970, these aquatic plants bloom in August, covering part of the pond with their splendid pink flowers emerging from large circular leaves with a diameter exceeding 50cm. As you gaze at the splendour of the plants, your eyes will be attracted by the appearance of birds of various shapes and shimmering colours. Some sixty species, both sedentary and migratory (ducks, moorhens, herons, coots, egrets...), live or stop temporarily on this pond. Its quiet waters are home to carp, tench, eel and amphibians. In the Park’s woods, wild rabbits, a few foxes and wide boar may go unnoticed. Getting there: Just outside the front gate, turn right and follow the path to the main road. Cross the road and turn left where there are steps to join the forest. About, 2 minutes walk. Facilities • Toilets and/or watering points: near children’s games and at Fontmerle Pond • Birdwatching station: an observation platform for flora and fauna near Fontmerle Pond helps recognize species • Playgrounds: children’s playgrounds are present in the big meadow near Route Départementale 35 • Footpaths: hikers have access to many trails, without vehicles; at Fontmerle, there is a trail accessible for persons with reduced mobility • Bridle paths: 8km of marked trails near the riding clubs of Mougins • Fitness trail: 1.4km trail near the stadium around Les Clausonnes hill provides a chance to perform physical exercises with wooden devices • Discovery trail: a special trail to discover Mediterranean insects • Ten panels are equipped with texts in Braille for blind or visually impaired persons • A discovery trail accessible to persons with reduced mobility enables them to discover the meadows and Fontmerle Pond • Five panels are equipped with texts in Braille for blind or visually impaired persons”
  • 24 Einheimischen empfohlen
“The second-largest island off the coast of Cannes has an amazing abbey, where the monks in residence still make wine under a vow of silence – centuries ago, these monks owned most of Cannes. It also has a wonderful fortress and a pretty port. It’s well worth a visit to see the quieter side of Cannes and, if you choose, you can stay over night, as they also have rooms.”
  • 67 Einheimischen empfohlen
“very very very beautiful beach take the train and walk (be carrefully because you must have baskets) don't forget a bottle of water and a hat for the sun but you arrive to the paradise”
  • 26 Einheimischen empfohlen
“A short hike takes you up to the lighthouse, giving you a panoramic view over Antibes and Juan Les Pins”
  • 31 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Incredible cactus collection and very photo worthy occasions overlooking Monaco ”
  • 17 Einheimischen empfohlen