Underrated Tourist Spots – Eze, France | A location made for movies. And in fact Walt Disney stayed here several times. The area surrounding Èze was already populated around 2000 BC. Eze was subsequently occupied by Romans, Arabs and by William of Provence. An Egyptian cross inside the church of Èze suggests the village’s ancient roots, when the Phoenicians erected a temple there to honor the goddess Isis. The oldest still existing building in the village is the Chapelle de la Sainte Croix from 1306. Today Èze counts just 3000 inhabitants. It’s a renowned tourist site on the French Riviera, famous for panoramic views of the sea from its hill top and for its Jardin botanique d’Èze.
Underrated tourist spots Eze France. By Chili and Churp | © International Destinations | more Underrated Tourist Spots here.