Beausoleil abounds with a variety of pleasant, attractive places to discover during your stay. As you stroll along the streets in the town, you can admire the magnificent “Belle Epoque” facades, including the statuesque Riviera Palace, one of the most striking examples.
The stained-glass windows in the Saint-Joseph Sanctuary will fill you with wonder and the daily market in the town centre offers a wide variety of fresh produce.
Culture is not to be outdone, with a rich and varied programme at the Michel Daner Theatre and monthly exhibitions in the municipal art gallery.
Nature lovers can escape to the Beausoleil hills and explore the path up to Mont des Mules or the Devens sports complex.
Beausoleil is noted for standing on the doorstep of the Principality of Monaco and its major attractions, such as the famous Prince’s Palace and its unmissable Changing of the Guard, the Exotic Garden and the Oceanographic Museum.
You’ll always find something you’ll enjoy in the wealth of entertainment on offer in Beausoleil and its immediate surroundings.
Beausoleil provides the whole range of tourist services you would expect from a coastal resort, such as accommodation, shops, services, local transport, leisure activities and cultural and sporting events.
The Principality of Monaco rounds off this range of services with top international brands. Just 10 minutes from the beach and 90 minutes from the ski resorts, Beausoleil is definitely the place to stay for visitors who flock to the Principality of Monaco.
Designed by Paul Dubois, adopted on 30th November 1905 and reproduced by Gustave Adolph Mossa, the famous painter from Nice.
It features the sun, the olive tree and the sky, all elements of the Mediterranean which reflect the town’s ideal setting.
The colours in the coat of arms are sky blue, silver and gold, and it carries the motto “Lucet Omnibus” – it shines for everyone.