Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot

Located between Cannes and Saint Raphael in Mandelieu-La-Napoule, the Château de La Napoule has a rich history. One of the cultural treasures of the region, it should not be missed.
By Justine Fiordelli

Originally built by the Villeneuve family in the thirteenth century, then faithfully reconstructed in 1918 by Henry and Marie Clews, a couple of American artists who left their mark on the place, this building now stands as a world famous cultural mecca. Located on the seafront, it enjoys an ideal location and has been delighting locals and tourists alike through the variety of activities on offer.

Exhibitions by experienced artists, concerts, fun workshops to introduce children to art, or giant treasure hunts... the program has something to delight young and old alike! Boasting an exceptional setting and gardens of rare and unique beauty where you can come to walk, the Château de La Napoule is also very busy for weddings. Idyllic and enchanting, the place, which can be privatized, enjoys great success.

The Château de La Napoule thinks of everything! Since 2003, a tearoom on the terraces even allows visitors to indulge in a gourmet break before continuing their visit. Overlooking the sea, it has a magnificent view of the Lérins Islands and the bay at Theoule-sur-Mer. It provides plenty of excuses for good times synonymous with both relaxation and indulgence.

Château de La Napoule
Boulevard Henri Clews
06210 Mandelieu-la-Napoule
Tel: 04 93 49 95 05
www.chateau-lanapoule.com
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
An ideal location on the sea front
Photography José Nicolas
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
Gardens
Photography José Nicolas
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
Château de La Napoule: A Celebrated Spot
The tearoom with a magnificent view of the Lérins Islands and the bay at Theoule-sur-Mer.
Photography José Nicolas

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