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Beaulieu sur Mer - the beautiful place

The name Beaulieu sur Mer means "The beautiful place on the sea", and this is an apt a description of the town as you could hope to find. Beaulieu sur Mer, which has Greek origins and a long history, is a popular seaside resort situated on the glorious stretch of Mediterranean coast known as the Cote d'Azur in the sunny south-east of France. It's a lively holiday spot, and benefits from lovely beaches, a stunning backdrop of cliffs and mountains, and also from its close proximity to the cosmopolitan city of Nice.

Shopping, wining and dining

Beaulieu sur Mer has absolutely everything you could want for a perfect seaside destination. Shopping is excellent, with shops, supermarkets, upmarket boutiques and gift shops, and all the usual service industries. Dining out is extremely pleasurable here, with a selection of restaurants serving the very best of French cuisine in addition to more international options. The night life is lively in the summer season, and if you want even more then you only have to pop down the road to the main city of Nice to finds yourself completely spoilt for choice.

Book well in advance, if visiting in high season

Beaulieu has lots of accommodation of all sizes and types, from little bed and breakfast establishments to luxury hotels. If you prefer to rent a gite or apartment you won't be disappointed either, but if you are hoping to visit in high season it makes sense to book well in advance, because Beaulieu is high on the list of the most desirable places to stay in France!

Favourite of royalty

Beaulieu celebrates its Greek origins and has a lovely replica of a Greek luxury villa to visit, the Villa Kerylos. Many of the town's buildings are elegant, beautiful and extravagant, and it isn't hard to understand that this town has a history of attracting the rich, famous and even royal to enjoy its charms. Although there isn't an "old town" as such, Beaulieu has a pretty 19th century church and many period buildings.

Good location and a good climate

Beaulieu is set right on the sea, and has a lovely marina and harbour, and a good, sandy beach backed by palm trees to provide that complete Mediterranean ambience. A long promenade runs the length of the beach and there is also a tiny fishing port to one side of the harbour. The climate in this part of France is the sunniest and hottest in the country, allowing you to really make the most of the warm, blue waters and the beaches.

Activities galore

There are many activities available in town, with sailing, tuna fishing expeditions, jet skiing, swimming and beach sports on offer. All around the area you will find access to other sports too, with plenty of good golf courses, horse-riding stables, cycle hire and much more.

Out and about

When you are in the heart of the Cote d'Azur there is one thing you can be sure of, you will never be bored or stuck for something to do. This is one of France's wealthiest and best known holiday regions, and as such is rich in natural beauty, exciting cities and seaside resorts. It even offers the chance to visit the tiny and exclusive principality of Monaco, or to hop over the border into northern Italy. There are ski resorts within reach for winter fun, and endless days and nights can be spent enjoying the sights, sounds and action of the neighbouring capital city of Nice.

How to get there

Nice is easily accessible by air, with various airlines and departure points from all around the UK serving the large international airport. The TGV runs into the city too, linking to a local service to Beaulieu and surrounding towns. Driving from Nice takes just minutes, on the D714 (if driving from the airport) and D6098 coast road heading east.

Property prices and availability in and around Beaulieu sur Mer

Beaulieu property comes in at the top end of the market. The resort is exclusive and perennially popular, so expect to pay fairly high prices for property if you want to live here. That said, you get what you pay for in this world, and Beaulieu offers the best of everything, including luxury property. There are many different kinds of property on the market around the resort, with small, studio apartments ideal for holiday rentals or occasional use, and larger developments and luxury villas for those with large wallets.

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Beaulieu sur Mer AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Beaulieu sur Mer?

Beaulieu sur Mer is situated in the south-east of France. It lies in the south of the Alpes-Maritimes department, on the coast.

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Population: 3,676

Access: By air: Fly to Nice with a variety of airlines. By rail: The TGV runs to Nice, just a few minutes from Beaulieu. By road: The town is found on the D6098 coast road that runs from Nice eastwards.

Economy: The town has a thriving economy, largely based on tourism.

Interesting fact: Beaulieu sur Mer has Greek origins, with a superb reproduction of a stunning Greek villa you can visit, complete with mosaics, frescoes and gardens.

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