Far from any urban area, the coastal path, named Tirepoil Path, is located at the south end of the Cap d'Antibes. Ever since the mid-XIXth century, this little corner of paradise attracted fortunate men who built palaces. On this rock, hostile in appearance (and appearance only), Nature knew how to adapt. As a proof, one can find an incredible floral diversity : crithmum, silver ragwort, sea lavandula (endangered species) and anthyllis barba-jovis (endemic species). At the base of the cliff, a meadow of seaweed testifies of the quality of the water. This hike, with path and staircases in its steep parts, is easy to walk through – as long as you have the good shoes - and will fill you with wonder during the two hours it lasts.
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