About Saint Paul de Vence
Saint Paul de Vence is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the region of the French Riviera and it is well known for its museums and galleries.
The Fondation Maeght is a must see in Saint-Paul-de-Vence as beautiful town has inspired many talented artists over the years. The Fondation Maeght is one of the most impressive museums on the French Riviera. You can find a wide collection of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, collages. It contains works from notable artists such as Marc Chagall, George Braque, Pierre Bonnard and many more.
Of course, there is more to explore on this beautiful village, a stroll through the narrow streets for example, the Castle’s Dungeon, the Church of the Conversion of St. Paul, the Chapel of the White Penitents and even the market of the village with excellent local products.
You can also take a nature and heritage walk, a path laid out at the foot of the western rampart in which you will discover an agricultural past which is still alive and protected today. The trail was developed as part of the European project Alcotra SuCCeS which brings together the municipalities of Saint-Paul de Vence and Ceresole d’Alba (Piedmont region, Italy) around the theme of the battle of Ceresole.