des Hautes Collines de la Côte d Azur

The process of making wine from Saint-Jeannet is unique. This wine is called "tiled", left several months in glass bottles in direct sunlight. It is then transferred to oak barrels where
it reaches its final maturity.
Flagship site in the Nice area, the Bau de Saint Jeannet is under attack by climbers from ancient times and is home to areas of rind modern ways schools patina and great routes of all levels. In summary, a lot of rock to explore in a unique setting with sea views and sun made ​​in French Riviera!

Club escalades St Jeannet

PACA is one of France’s 27 regions, but many people don’t realize just how vast the PACA region truly is or that it actually includes six departments. Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Hautes-Alpes, Alpes-Maritimes, Buches-du-Rhone, Var, and Vaucluse make up PACA, short for Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. Historians, artists, as well as wine enthusiasts flock to this region for the ancient culture, breathtaking scenery and beautiful villages. All departments are equally worthy of a visit and cyclist’s find the best time to visit is in the spring. Why does a springtime bike vacation have all level cyclists raving?

Le petit grillon
13 Rue Planestel
04 93 59 89 57

The frog house
35 Rue du Saumalier
06 28 06 80 28
La Fontaine Peyron
Hôtel Restaurant
04 93 58 88 79
284, ch. De la Champignonnière 06 640 ST JEANNET Tel: 0033 4 93 24 42 69 GSM: 0033 6 61 13 49 46