If you have been reading my blog for a while now then you know that every year since 2011 it has become an annual holiday tradition to visit the South of France. My husband and I love this part of France the most, the weather is almost always lovely in May, the fresh food and yummy desserts are delightful and most importantly it is very dog-friendly! This year we wanted to stay in one of our favourite little villages, Eze. If you ever find yourself in the French Riviera you have to visit this charming little village.
The winding cobblestone parts will take you through the gorgeous old town with roses everywhere and stunning views of the sea peeking through every now and then.
When it comes to eating out in Eze, Château de la Chèvre d’Or is a must they also have a beautiful garden that guests can stroll through. For a special dining experience, an absolute must is Restaurant Château Eza. For a more casual dining experience, Restaurant D’antan is a very nice option – I have had the best tiramisu there!
More snaps from Eze…
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Have you ever been late October? Wondering what the weather is like as that’s when we next off work 😊😊
Hi! How exciting that you will be going to the South of France in October. I have not been at that time of year, but I can imagine the weather will be slightly cooler (which is excellent for hiking, walking trips and sightseeing) and less crowded. I am a long time subscriber to the Youtuber (Jon Olsson) he posts daily vlogs. He spends most of autumn in Monaco and from the October vlogs of his that I have seen the weather seems to be nice most of the time. Here’s a link to his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyQb1TTrfRzQZmEfsx770qw
Wow! It looks truly beautiful!!! I love the French Riviera a lot too! I will definitely try to visit Eza in August when I will be there. Thank you for the recommendation Steffy! Have a wonderful day!
It’s a beautiful place hope to visit sometimes.
If you ever find yourself in the South of France you should definitely visit Steph!