Visiting the site
Because of the extreme fragility and diminutive size of the site, visits are restricted to guided tours for small groups, pre-booked via the website. Access is currently not possible for those with reduced mobility, nor for young children nor animals.
Length of visit: 2 hours
Walking circuit: 1.5 km. The best access is by train. The site reception is located on the small car park close to Roquebrune-Cap-Martin railway station. From there, you get to the site on foot by the old coastal path, renamed the ‘Le Corbusier Promenade’ (around 450 m). The visit offers a snapshot of a life beside the sea, through the discovery of the villa E-1027 and its garden, followed by the Étoile de Mer, the Unités de Camping and the Cabanon.
Opening times, reception and other details are available on the website.
How to get there
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin railway station
Address: Avenue de la Gare – 06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
TER Provence, Alpes Côte d’Azur . Trains from all stations between Ventimiglia and Nice; times available on www.ter-sncf.com.
Sentier Le Corbusier