What to do away from rugby throughout Nice and the Cote d’Azur 

The Cote d’Azur is the perfect destination to be as active or as lazy, or relaxed, as you like.  While you could easily spend a week relaxing on the beaches up and down the coastline, or sipping wine from a restaurant with views to die for, there are also plenty of activities on offer for those with itchy pants.  Here are a few things to do throughout Nice and the Cote d’Azur away from rugby, restaurants and beaches.  Get lost in the old town The old town of Nice is a hive of activity at any hour of the day. The narrow, winding streets are packed with art galleries, antique stores and restaurants while residents still live in apartments above.  You can find and purchase just about anything in the old town, which sits at the foot of Mont Boron. It’s also where you’ll find the best Socca in Nice. Socca is a street snack made with chickpeas famous to the region and is a cross between a flatbread and a pancake. Learn about the works and life of Henri Matis
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