General

Visit some of the most sumptuous villas in the world, which are dotted throughout the French Rivera:

Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu surMer was built in the 1900’s for French archeologist ThéodoreReinach and his wife in the style of a 5th century Greek villa. This wonderful historical monument blends the ancient world with the modern, and sits like a coastal Greek temple overlooking the ocean in all of its splendor. Discover its classical paintings and sculpture, along with its unique “peristyle” courtyard.

Between Monaco and Nice inSt Jean Cap Ferratsits one of the most exclusive and luxurious places in the world- the Villa Ephrussi. An art collectors paradise, Baroness Ephrussi de Rothschild’s love of art adorns the rich interior of this palace. Shadded paths and 9 lush gardens, fountains and statues surround the buildings sumptuous residences, where tourists may wander to their hearts delight among the Baronesses’ favorite animal companions including monkeys, budgerigars, mongooses, gazelles, antelopes, and flamingos.  In 1934, when BéatriceEphrussi died at 75, she bequeathed her palatial Cap Ferrat residence and its unique art collections to the Académie des Beaux Arts, a section of the Institut de France.

Between Monaco and Nice inSt Jean Cap Ferratsits one of the most exclusive and luxurious places in the world- the Villa Ephrussi. An art collectors paradise, Baroness Ephrussi de Rothschild’s love of art adorns the rich interior of this palace. Shadded paths and 9 lush gardens, fountains and statues surround the buildings sumptuous residences, where tourists may wander to their hearts delight among the Baronesses’ favorite animal companions including monkeys, budgerigars, mongooses, gazelles, antelopes, and flamingos.  In 1934, when BéatriceEphrussi died at 75, she bequeathed her palatial Cap Ferrat residence and its unique art collections to the Académie des Beaux Arts, a section of the Institut de France.

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