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I really enjoyed the art inside the chapel but you’d have to be a Cocteau fan to find it interesting, as it’s so small and only takes 10 minutes to view. The lady taking the entrance fee was beyond surley. I paid in coins with...More
Not much to do here so don't plan on spending a lot of time. The artwork inside is interesting, as is the history, but there is a 3 euro pp charge to come in and you cannot take pictures. We paid and took in everything...More
In all honesty I was a bit underwhelmed by this and hard to understand why it’s the #1 thing to do in Villefranche! I guess you have to be a fan of the artist to properly enjoy it.
Tiny church and I didn’t find the...More
Another one of those stumbled upon whole my wife shopped! Small 14th century chapel along the sea that has been painted on the inside by a famous French artist ) whose name escapes me) and is now a must see! For 3 euro it is...More
I loved this church for several reasons...it is tiny and the art work on the wall is incredible. I think I paid 3 euros for admission. A bargain! The church is located in one of my favorite villes on the cote d'azur....Villefranche-sur-Mer. I went to...More
My advice is not to research this little church and just enter as we did. Quite special...but only disappointment was not being able to photograph (the excuse given, that it is owned by the fisherman, was a bit strange).
I honestly wasn’t particularly impressed by this chapel’s artwork. There is some nice work with colours (turquoise in particular) on the side which stands in front of the main door but, apart from that, nothing that made me think this was particularly worth the entrance...More