By virtue of its location between the mountains and the sea, the Pays de Grasse offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean stretching from the Gulf of La Napoule to the Alps, encompassing the Lérins islands, the Tanneron foothills, Lake Saint-Cassien and the French Riviera coast.
Here, we have selected some of the most exceptional spots in our area that provide extraordinary views. 
Bring your camera to capture your best pictures ever.
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La Marbrière

A hike starting from the Le Chêne de l’Empereur rest area to see Grasse from high above the city.
It requires some physical effort, but the panoramic view is worth it!

The Route Napoléon

This legendary road is peppered with viewpoints and surrounded by superb landscapes.
One of the prettiest views can be enjoyed between Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey and Escragnolles.

Jardins de la Princesse Pauline

When visiting Grasse, Napoléon’s sister, Princess Pauline Borghèse, liked to stroll around this now-public park whence she enjoyed a vast panoramic view of the region, from the Tanneron hills in the west to the peaks of the Alps in the east.


Cabris, Place de l'Eglise

Surely one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the Pays de Grasse. Cabris is perched at an altitude of 1,804 feet (550 m) and this location boasts a sublime, jaw-dropping panoramic vista!



Grasse, Cours Honoré Cresp

From the city’s main plaza, gaze upon a panoramic vista over the southern section of the Pays de Grasse to the Bay of Cannes and a view of Grasse’s historic city center.

Grasse, Le Chêne de l’Empereur rest area

On March 2, 1815, Napoléon stopped at this site to lunch beneath an oak tree on the Roquevignon plateau north of Grasse. The Aire du Chêne de l’Empereur has a breathtaking view of the city of Grasse and the French Riviera and is rest and refreshment stop for the many visitors traveling the Route Napoléon.



Porte de Tracastel - Saint-Auban

A 30-minute walk from the village will take you to this striking ruin where you can drink in a beautiful panoramic view of the Préalpes d’Azur, the alpine foothills of the Riviera.

La Moulière (Caille) – Viewpoint indicator

A breathtaking view and colorful map perched just above the Moulière chairlift!
And if you want even more thrills, try one of the mountain’s zipline tours!

La clue des Mujouls

The village of Les Mujouls, with barely a dozen houses, is perched on a rocky outcrop and surrounded by pine forests and pristine nature. From the village, admire the superb panoramic view of Charamel Mountain (braver souls may wish to hike it) and the deep gorges known as clues.



Voie Romaine (Roman road) viewpoint Saint-Cézaire sur Siagne

This beautiful medieval village clinging to dizzying cliffs above the Siagne is well worth a visit for its view of the hills of the Massif des Maures and the Estérel.