This city bordering Monaco, was created in 1904 by Camille Blanc who detaches it from the town of La Turbie. It used to be called Monte-Carlo Superior, Mont-Fleuri or Beauséjour but ... it took the name of Beausoleil.

The Riviera Palace built by architect Georges Chedanne, in a Belle Epoque style is part of the assets of this city. With its ocher facades and blue majolica balustrades, its winter garden and its glass roof by Gustave Eiffel. The hotel served as an auxiliary military hospital during the First World War. Nowadays, this hotel has been transformed into majestic apartments.

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