Recently, I went on a field trip in St Jean Cap Ferrat on the Côte d’Azur in the South of France. Exploring the terrain and studying the different land uses, I also saw some interesting spots that I found worthwhile to be captured. So here are a few of the photos I took.

It is a peninsula where there are mainly villas, beaches, ports and pathways along the shore. You have a really nice view on the sea and the shores of the Côte and the peninsula is also marked by its limestone cliffs. You also find many information boards showing your current location and introducing historical and geographical caracteristics of the island, also raising awareness to environmental protection. The whole walk along the shore paths and promenades is about 9km long. Fall is the perfect season for that because it is not too hot in the sun, you have the nice wind and not too many people visiting. Give it a try!

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