Villa &Gardens Ephrussi of Rothschild

Built on the narrowest part of the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat promontory, this sumptuous palazzo, one of the finest listed buildings on the French Riviera, has views over the Bay of Villefranche on one side and the Bay of Beaulieu on the other.

The Villa Ephrussi of Rothschild is surrounded by nine magnificent gardens offering patios, waterfalls, ponds, herbaceous borders, shady paths and rare trees. These are the Florentine, Spanish French, Exotic, Japanese, Stone and Provencal gardens.

Villa Grecque Kérylos

An original reconstruction of an ancient Greek dwelling, Villa Kérylos is the realisation of a dream – that of Théodore Reinach, an archaeologist and French statesman, fascinated by Greek civilisation. It is also the fruit of an exemplary collaboration with architect Emmanuel Pontremoli who was passionate about this project.

Association Cap Moderne

In front of Monaco, a remarkable cultural and natural site now known as Cap moderne, assembles the villa E-1027 of Eileen Gray, le Cabanon, les Unités de camping of Le Corbusier & the bar-restaurant l’Etoile de mer; as much mythic architectures in an exceptional natural environment.

- E 1027 Villa d’Eileen Gray et Jean Badovici
Icon of modern architecture, the villa E-1027, first architectural creation of Eileen Gray, demonstrates its reflection in the drawing of each detail. During 3 years, Eileen Gray designs the furniture and, in collaboration with Jean Badovici, draws the project plans.

- L’étoile de Mer Bar Restaurant de Thomas Rebutato
With its panoramic terrace at the seafront, its very foundations, reeds, bar, the Etoile de Mer illustrates the way of life of a "cabanonier" in the Mediterranean.

- Cabanon Le Corbusier
From the Swiss Jura , Le Corbusier loved the Mediterranean sea, its lighting, landscapes, founders of important civilizations and rural architectures. Le Cabanon shows this anchorage.