Everyone who is artist loves details, and this village is filled with wonderous things to look at all the time you are visiting.
Well, there are only 3 places to eat in Menton.
All within one mintue walking distance from each other.
Look at the menu and decide.
Favorite Dish: Grllled fish
Luggage and bags:
Bring good walking shoes! Also bring somethings to give to neighboors as you will need it.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring good walking shoes as their is stone everywhere to walk along the pathways.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring arnica in case you fall.
Between Grasse and Menton, the hinterland paths and the magnificent belvederes on the Mediterranean Sea have been preserved. The contrast of the mountains and the sea, the summits and passes of the Mercantour massifs and the deep blue Mediterranean Sea is fabulous. The climate is a blessing and mimosa, box and yew trees, orange, lemon and olive tree cultures prosper under generous sunshine.
The historical villages perched on the mountain slopes can often hardly be seen from the valleys and the impressive gorges hide surprising cascades. A quite extraordinary walking experience in winter, spring or autumn!