On the Riviera, at the Hinterland of Nice, St Paul de Vence has not changed at all since the Renaissance. Its ochre walls and its pink roofs are such attractions to artists, poets and writers of the periods between the two wars. At the space shaded with plane-trees, where the bowling players have their game, we can't but think about Yves Montand. Let's follow then his footsteps to the Colombe d'Or, an authentic institution where we will be able to relish delicious small stuffed food of Nice. After a visit to the Maeght foundation, where all the lovers of Modern Art are welcome, we will dine quite calmly and serenely of Mas d'Artigny, a traditional Stockaficada, in the way they used to do it in Nice, re-visited by the Chef Arthur Dorshner, to finish then with a delicious raspberry puffed-pie. To top it all, let's at last enjoy a last glass of the Vieux Cagnes all within reach, as it is the sample piece of the Mediterranean hanging out boroughs.