Our most popular tour of the French Riviera. Explore the old town of Nice, see the royal palace of Monaco, the Casino of Monte Carlo and medieval Eze.
Eze on a Private Tour for a Memorable Medieval Village Experience
Eze on a private tour is a great way to experience this tiny medieval-like village. Described as the Jewel of the South of France, Eze is a popular place to holiday for everyone including royalty, the famous and the rich.
This village is perched on a rocky hill and has often been referred to as the 'Eagle nest village' due to its position on the hill.
From the hill are the most spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and alluring sea below. It really is an idyllic place to visit or to see on a sightseeing tour.
As you step towards the village, you feel yourself gradually stepping back in time along the pedestrian only narrow cobblestone streets. The buildings look the exact same as they did when they were first built centuries ago.
Take a Lovely Sightseeing Tour of the Jardin Botanique D’Eze
When you can draw your eyes away from the lovely views there are plenty of places within or close by the village to see. Further above the village is the Jardin Botanique D’Eze which was established in the ruins of a medieval castle.
When you climb towards the village, its church with an orange hue stands out among the other buildings. As you walk through the narrow streets, you notice that many of the houses are no longer lived in but are quaint cafes, restaurants, galleries or shops.
Top Things to See and Do in Eze
Travel Tips for Eze
The best time to visit Eze is basically anytime throughout the year apart from possibly certain months in winter. The best time to go on sightseeing tours of Eze is in the Spring months of March to May and Autumn months of September to November. This is due to the weather being more suitable, warm and sunny. The summer months are hot and that is the best time to go for sun worshippers.
France is quite an expensive holiday destination in general and Eze is no more expensive than any of the surrounding cities. The larger restaurants will be slightly more expensive than the smaller ones or cafe. The accomodation can be very expensive depending on what you want to pay but there are cheaper options too. The price of sightseeing tours will also vary from season to season.
If it is the village of Eze that you hope to stay in, you need to book accommodation well in advance of travelling especially if it is during peak season. The same applies to sightseeing tours as these can get booked out very quickly. When in areas with large groups of people, be careful of your wallet and purse as there may be some pickpockets lurking in the area. Don’t stray away from groups when on tours.
Eze has a typical Mediterranean climate, hot summers that are dry with a slight breeze at night and mild winters. The average temperatures during July and August are around 27 degrees Celsius. The temperatures in the autumn months are around 20 degrees Celsius which drop to 17 degrees Celsius in November. Winter temperatures range from 11-17 degrees Celsius.