[Fun] This is a magical place. Although not everything is visible during this period, it is worth a visit. [Value for money] Friendly and helpful staff. The place of the heart. Good place
The villa is close to the bay, the terrain is also low, the basement level is almost parallel to the sea level. It was too windy when we went, and we hurried into the room without taking a good look at the exterior. After entering, I realized that I had walked into the museum of ancient Greece.
The villa is divided into several rooms. The luxurious bath on the first floor and the antique mosaics of the 2nd century at the entrance are amazing. The library, dining room, living room, Renake and his wife’s bedroom, etc., can be seen in every room with Greek mythology Totems designed with characters as themes, and the selected materials were first-class choices in the early 20th century. Looking closely at my feet, a large number of mosaics are applied to the floor of the room.
The term mosaic originated from ancient Greece and is a meticulous decoration made of mosaics. Mosaic art has an important position in the field of architecture in ancient Greece and Rome. As a special decorative means, mosaic symbolizes noble social status to a certain extent. The more mosaics in someone's home, the finer and more beautiful the patterns, the richer the family will be.
In addition, the connection of tall rooms and the columns around the central courtyard are also one of the features of ancient Greek architecture. Unlike the pale pink Rothschild Garden Villa, it feels more masculine and neutral. The second floor is divided into two corridors, connecting all the rooms in series. The rooms of the host and hostess each have a bathroom. The host's room is decorated with the symbolism of the goddess of love, and the hostess's room is dedicated to the earth goddess Hera.
The scenery of this place is beautiful and charming
Facing the sea, feeling the authentic ancient Greek style-remember the trip to Villa Kelislow▼ is really a very surprising place! ▼I just came out of the Rothschild Garden, and I was worried about nowhere to go with my girlfriend, so I checked the nearby attractions online. In fact, there are not as many tourists in this place as the Rothschild Gardens. Even if they come here, they basically come out from there and stroll around. But I have to say that the beauty here is really beyond my expectations. ▼Open tour mode! ▼This is really on the edge, looking out from the surrounding wall is the sea. This villa has a history of over a hundred years, and its architectural style is entirely ancient Greek. After walking around, I was really stunned. This building is close to the sea on three sides, just like on an island. This is actually a small museum. There are some replica statues in the basement for us to visit. They are all from the ancient Greek period and are really retro. We didn't catch up this time. I heard that sometimes we would arrange for an instructor to popularize the people's living habits at that time. If we have a chance, we will come again. ▼Address route and opening hours▼Address: Rue Gustave Eiffel, 06310 Beaulieu-sur-Mer Opening hours: February 15th-November 1st 10:00-18:00. July and August to 7 pm.