Just a few metres from the sea at the foot of Mont Boron and near the Cap de Nice, you'll find a tiny patch of greenery - the Théodore de Banville garden. This is a very beautiful part of the city, a less built up area with a slightly village feel to it. The garden fits perfectly into these surroundings. A couple of rather large trees provide some welcome shade during the summer months and from one of the benches in the garden, visitors can gaze out over the sea. A beautiful sculpture adds even more charm to this neat little park, which is an ideal place for a picnic of delicious 'pan-bagnats' - the region's own special spin on the traditional sandwich.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries