Much restored, the Chateau boasts beautiful interior arches and vaulting, with an ascent that houses many rooms full of contemporary art.
In the basement are other artifacts of medieval times, like gigantic olive presses carved out of hardwood, and stone storage jars for the precious juice of the olive.
Sums it up really.
The villa name captures the official non-existence of the Haut-de-Cagnes and its treasures. Which is fine by me.
Suffice it to say the owners of Number 32 enjoy a magnificent location half way back down towards Cros-de-Cagnes.
Marvelous square at the entrance to Chateau Grimaldi. One adventurous visitor scuttles by. Where are the coaches? There are none.