Chateau Eza clings to the rocks 400 metres above the Mediterranean in the pretty medieval village of Eze. The sea views are spectacular, the private beach is fantastic and the Michelin-starred restaurant amongst the finest in the region. The 400-year-old residence has been painstakingly modernised to make the most of the panorama, whilst maintaining a wealth of period features. Chateau Eza has just 11 guest rooms, each one tastefully decorated in Toile de Jouy, with sea and coastal views. The restaurant has a retracting roof and several outdoor terraces, which makes it an ideal setting for outdoor dining in the warmer months. Visit the castle ruins at the top of the village or discover the art of perfume manufacture at the Fragonard perfumery. As evening approaches, wind your way down to the bar, where you can admire the enchanting sunset and the glittering lights of the Riviera.