- Exotic Garden Eze village
The Jardin d'Eze, known as "the exotic garden" offers the chance to discover exotic plants and history and traditions of Eze. The panorama is one of the most exceptional in the Riviera, going as far as the Monts de L'Esterel and Golfe de Saint-Tropez.
It received the certificate of excellence Trip Advisor 2014 and 2015.
- Maria Serena Garden Menton
In the immediate vicinity of the Franco-Italian border, in the majestic natural landscape of the Garavan Bay topped by the Red Rocks you can discover the Villa Serena. Its garden is supposed to be the most temperate garden in France.
- Serre de la Madone Menton
This is Lawrence Johnston's French garden. Best known for making Hidcote in England, Johnston was a wealthy American. He employed a dozen gardeners to maintain the large plant collection and brought plants from around the world, including Burma, China and South Africa. As at Hidcote, the garden is divided into compartments with hedges and walls.
- Botanic Exotic Garden Val Rahmeh Menton
The Botanical Gardens of the Val Rahmeh were created on several levels by Lord Percy Radcliffe, a former Governor of Malta, in 1905. Its botanical aspect was however designed by Miss Campbell in the ’50s.
- Ephrussi Gardens of Rothschild
Built on the narrowest part of the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat promontory, this sumptuous palazzo, one of the finest listed buildings on the French Riviera, has views over the Bay of Villefranche on one side and the Bay of Beaulieu on the other. The Villa is surrounded by nine magnificent gardens offering patios, waterfalls, ponds, herbaceous borders, shady paths and rare trees. These are the Florentine, Spanish French, Exotic, Japanese, Stone and Provencal gardens.