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Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Town / Village in Bairols
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A Mediaeval village nestled in a spectacular setting, Bairols is built on a ridge 830m above sea level overlooking the Tinée Valley.
This is a ‘village of millennial stones’ with cool narrow streets, vaults, covered passageways and vertiginous steps leading to remarkable panoramas. It also offers many opportunities for hikers.
Sights: Sainte-Marguerite church (patron saint of the village); the inn in the old mill; the rural lodgings, the circuit of the three chapels; the remains of the mill Queen Jeanne.
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