Welcome to Saint Paul,
Welcome to Saint Paul- The City of Chagall and Levy
Saint Paul is a picturesque medieval town in France only 10 kilometers away from Nice in South-Eastern France on the French Riviera. In the Middle Ages, this village surrounded by thick walls became an important part of the defence of the western border of France. Ever since Saint Paul has become a popular destination for travel and all types of discoveries and numerous actors, painters, poets and everyone who can appreciate its rich culture and unique beauty have found inspiration from Saint Paul.
In time, all travellers have become acquainted with the element of surprise in Saint Paul: nobody will be able to tell what amazing discoveries you could find during your stay and what you may find within these ancient walls. This small village of 3477 inhabitants offers a perfect destination for any holiday, and this scenery cannot be easily found elsewhere: a medieval town with numerous sigths and engaging activities and just 15 minutes from the sea and right outside Nice. The proximity of the city of Nice has brought a lot of positive attention to Saint Paul and the transportation possibilities are endless to and from this village.
Information and facts
Saint Paul offers a variety of small shops to interest any type of customer's, especially those who wish to familiarize themselves with local products. Especially those who apperciate smaller shops with unique selections and carefully selected items will find themselves very pleased with the shopping possibilities in Saint Paul.
Sightseeing and attractions
The versitality of the sights and other activities in Saint Paul is the main reason why tourists and people seeking new experiences choose Saint Paul as a primary destination. Several attractions, museums and art galleries are located in this village, and maybe the most famous attraction is the museum describing the history of Saint Paul, "Musee de Saint Paul" and the Local History museum. Saint Paul is famous for its art galleries that are definitely worth visiting and several famous artists, including Marc Chagall and Bernard-Henry Levy, have lived in this village. Furthermore, the variety of the activities possible in this village will insure that all sorts of visitors , wheather it is a large family or a group of friends, will find something to do for everyone.
Standard time zone: UTC + 1 hour
Saint Paul has a Mediterranean climate with exceptionally hot and beautiful summers and mild winters. In general, the hottest and most popular months when it comes to tourism are July and August when the temperature is around +27 degrees Celcius and the coldest and a bit less popular month is January, when the climate is usually around +13 degrees Celcius. The pleasant nature of the climate has isured, that Saint Paul is a popular tourist attraction for nearly the whole year, because the weather stays agreeable and not too rainy even during the winter.
Local cuisine and culture
Saint Paul offers any visitor a fantastic opportunity to get to know French cuisine and the variety of restaurants insures that anyone can find something to please their personal taste. The culture and the people in this particular town will make any tourist or visitor feel welcome. In addition, Saint Paul provides a perfect opportunity for anyone to get to know a smaller town in France with lots of pride for its rich history. The art scene in Saint Paul has flourished throughout the years and will continue to attract people from all over the world and to make Saint Paul become even more popular as a destination.