Definitely recommended if you happen to be in the area. Villefranche-sur-Mer is definitely a quaint and charming little town. The port is full of little bars and (sometimes overpriced) restaurants and it's the perfect starting point to explore the narrow streets of the old town. You can probably visit the port and old town in half a day, so perhaps... 更多
It is so tranquil to walk along the harbour with its small pleasure craft but especially the tiny colourful fishing boats. Coffee or a light lunch at La Jolie Baleine is highly recommended.
We just had one night in this village but wished we had longer.The harbor is beautiful,all kinds of boats, yachts,cruise ships, fishing boats.Lots of good restaurants especially Restaurant Trastevere..Talked to the local fisherman with his great haul of large tuna on board.The beach is stony but pleasant to sit by. You need about three days in this village to explore... 更多
wonderful harbour to walk around. There is a small beach behind this harbour that no one seems to know about and a great little bar - no food just drinks.
Noticed VilleFranche on the way to Monaco so decided to visit one day in our week in Nice and what a beautiful place! So peaceful and beautiful. Lots of quirky little shops and cafes. The harbour and sandy beach is so picturesque. I would definitely come back here and spend an entire day - it rained when we arrived and... 更多
Something for everyone at Port La Darse, Beautiful scenery, boat hire, ship repairs, cafe, restaurant and Hotel and great public facilities For showers, changing and toilets. Parking very limited but available up the hill in the old Fort.
During our recent trip we visited Marseille, Cassis, La Ciota, St Tropez, Monaco and Villefranche-sur-Mer. Personally I love Villefranche-sur-Mer the most because of the scenery and great restaurants.