Pictures of Saint Paul de Vence
A terraced area outside Saint-Paul town walls.
A typical, well-preserved street in the town centre, lined with art galleries; more than 20 in this small town.
More galleries, scarily without prices on display, and we all know what that means.
Hand-painted post boxes, one of many unique and quirky features in this town.
St Paul is small enough to absorb a couple of hours of strolling up and down steps – not good for tourists with ambulatory problems – admiring wacky art forms on the streets and in the glittering galleries. Entry to Saint Paul is, need we say, free.
St Paul is very similar to Eze in its ancient stone buildings, bizarre art and expensive eating/drinking, though St Paul contains a lot more real inhabitants than Eze. That being said the inhabitants tend to be very well-off and probably own a variety of homes around the world. The BugCrew saw Jack Nicholson there looking decidedly porky and unravelled, though he was probably just visiting.
Notice the ancient vine wrapping around the window bars.
A splendid half-evolved flower-pot.