Stop for a massage in St-Paul de Vence on your road trip from Nice to Cannes

Many visitors who travel to the Cote d’Azur will rent a car in order to discover the many stunning places to see.

How wonderful it is go wherever you want, to wander around and to choose your destination!

Often the journey starts in the world famous city of Nice.

Be aware that it takes at least several days to visit all that this vibrant and historical city has to offer.

The old town, the port and the famous promenade des Anglais our high on tourists lists.

From there many head direction Cannes as it’s only a 45 minutes’ drive.

Although Cannes is much smaller than Nice, it attracts many visitors from all over the world.

But do you know that there is so much more to see in between?

Why not make a stop in Cagnes, Valbonne, Grasse or Vence!

You will be pleasantly surprised!

The highlight of your road trip must be the visit of the breath taking village of St-Paul de Vence.

This charming town with its ancient architecture, rich artistic history, excellent restaurants and great galleries should not be missed.

The many hotels in and around the village offer convenient accommodation for those who want to discover the village in the late evening or early morning.

Which much lesser crowds and when silence reigns, one can even more admire its stunning beauty.

After a long day of sightseeing in St. Paul de Vence, why not treat yourself to a wonderful massage.

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Just outside the village, Blue Tree massage offers excellent massage service.

The convenient located and beautiful massage studio is only 5 minutes away.

But if you prefer a massage in the comfort of your hotel, than Blue Tree Massage can come to you and create a spa ambiance in your room!

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So make your road trip from Nice to Cannes even more memorable with a Blue tree massage treatment!

Call us for more information and book your appointment!

Blue Tree Massage operates on the French Riviera, mainly in the Alpes Maritimes, in the principal towns along the coast (Cannes, Antibes, Cagnes Sur Mer, Nice, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Villefranche, Monaco, Menton…) as well as further inland (Mougins, Grasse, Valbonne, Biot, Roquefort les pins, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Vence…).