Parks and Gardens
|Parc Sacha Guitry|
Overlooking the sea, the park invites you to walk, read and contemplate your thoughts within its grounds. The park is opposite the villa Les Funambules, bought by the actor in 1927, after whom the park is named.
|Parc du Château des Terrasses|
In this park of about 2000 m2, you’ll be thrilled to discover authentic regional and Mediterranean flora, amongst them many rare species. Or just take time to relax as your children play on the playground laid on for them. As the years have passed, this Edwardian villa’s charm is undiminished, as you’ll discover while being told the villa’s story. Information from the Tourist
Office: +33 (0)4 93 78 02 33.
|La Pointe des Douaniers|
Cap d’Ail’s extinct volcano. Andesitic rock in blocks of different colours and sizes can be seen.
Unusually for the area, La Pointe des Douaniers is not made of limestone. Enjoy a game of pétanque, or let the children play on the playground, or just admire the mix of Mediterranean flora sprouting from the volcanic rock.
|Le Jardin des Douaniers|
|Le Square Beaverbrook|
Winston ChurChill’s friend and Minister For Aircraft Production, lord BeaverBrook, ceded the land he owned in the centre of Cap d’Ail to the town. The Square named after him is now a place to stroll, and dances, fetes and fairs are often held here..