Villefranche-sur-Mer – Mediterranean city in the south of France. Included in the department of Alpes-Maritimes. It is located about six kilometers east of Nice.
Founded in Villefranche-sur-Mer in 1255 was Mr. Charles II of Anjou in the occupied during the time of the Roman Empire territory. Charles II was at that time the Count of Provence. Soon, the town fell into the hands of the Dukes Savayskih and remained in Italian ownership until 1860, when the region was transferred back to France.
The city is built on terraces up the steep hill. From the top views of the azure sea and the beautiful bay. The town is small enough to be able to explore it all. All major attractions are easily accessible from the city center.