Overhanging the sea, the old village of Eze has retained all its natural charm over the years. With the ruins of its medieval château and its little, narrow alleys, the small town attracts craftspeople and artists. Nicely settled into the former dairy barns and sheepfolds on the ground floors of old buildings, they contribute to the pleasant atmosphere of the “perched village”. Renowned for its peace and quiet, Eze has had numerous famed inhabitants. Of particular note was Nietzsche. It was here that the philosopher wrote “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”. This piece of history is perpetuated by the Chemin de Nietzsche.
43°43’41″N 7°21’42″E Eze Village, Place du Village, 06360 Eze, France.
Placed: January 2013
Price: € 15000 contact