We walked up to the top of the town to get an amazing view of the village.
We walked along the paths for more spectacular views.
Then we visited “Musée de l'Annonciade” Museum. The village of Saint-Tropez has been one of the most active centre of "avant-garde" painting since the beginning of the 20th Century, thanks to Paul Signac who, on board his ship l'Olympia, discovered this little fishing harbor in 1892. He fell under the spell of the place, bought a house there, la Hune, which he turned into his studio and invited many other painters to join him: Cross, Matisse, Derain, Marquet.
In the afternoon we stopped in the picturesque village of Grimaud. This town is man made to look like Venice. Canals and boats instead of streets and cars. So beautiful!
A view along the coastline as we made our way back to Antibes.
Chelsea Heil is the Spring 2013 CEA MOJO in the French Riviera
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