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Overview of Eze beach

 

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Eze beach

The village of Eze has one long, narrow beach called simply Plage d'Eze or Eze beach. The medieval village of Eze looms overhead on the Moyenne Corniche, part of a highly scenic mountainous backdrop that is one of this beach's principal charms. The other charm is the view of St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat to the west. The beach itself is mostly rocky with some stretches of gravel. Bring your beach shoes!

To the west is a small boat port on Cap Roux and in the east the beach tapers off to Cap Estel. The beach is far enough from avenue de la Liberté to muffle traffic but the Nice-Monaco train line is just overhead. Occasionally trains rumble by.

Most of the beach is public but there are two private beach restaurants: Anjuna Plage and Papaya Beach. There are beach showers but the only dining is at the beach restaurants.

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Access to the beach is tricky. There are three points of access: from the Eze train station; through a tunnel leading down from the Mairie next to the Post Office; via a walkway, the Chemin de l'Ortigué on the western edge of town.

Parking is available at the train station (limited, free) or on avenue de la Liberté (€1.20/hour)

Bus No. 100 from Nice makes several stops along the avenue de la Liberté. From Eze village take bus No. 83 to the train station (Gare), David, or Cap Roux.

 

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